Genevieve Lilley is a practising architect. After working for 8 years for British architect Sir David Chipperfield, she opened her own practice in London in 1999 and in Sydney in 2005. She runs a small practice, specialising in a range of odd and unique projects. She also designs modern jewellery using coloured gems, continuing a 9-year creative directorship of renowned studio Venerari in Sydney’s Strand Arcade. Her architecture has been featured in The Sydney Morning Herald, Inside Out and Vogue Living. She has written for the Fifth Estate, Architectural Review, and Houses magazine.
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In Sydney’s tranquil Castle Cove, an angular concrete form designed by Terroir in collaboration with Pascale Gomes-McNabb Design is an architectural riff on the rocky crags and crevices that characterize the steep topography of this harbourside suburb.
On the east coast of Tasmania, Liminal Architecture has designed a series of sensitive and masterfully crafted accommodation pods that amplify the experience of the distinctive landscape of Freycinet National Park.
With a solid technical grounding and a “brilliant nuance in mixing old and new,” Eva-Marie Prineas creates generous and pertinent projects with authenticity.