Amy Learmonth BArchDes MArch BOAQ
Amy joined NRAP in September 2019 after re-locating from Australia. She has previously worked in Brisbane and London on a variety of project types, including commercial, aged care and retirement residential, affordable housing, community and public realm, cultural and civic, and transport infrastructure. Key project experience includes an £8.5million, 6-storey boutique office building in Brisbane (Project Architect); a £1million series of shade pavilions, cafes and public amenities along a major new riverfront development in Brisbane (Project Architect); several £15-£25million aged care residential schemes in Queensland; a scheme for a £290million refurbishment and extension to the Gold Coast Airport, and the Leadenhall Building in London.
Amy graduated with first class honours from her Master of Architecture at the University of Queensland in 2014 with the RAIA Memorial Medallion, the Board of Architect’s Prize, and the Peter Hale-Cox Rayner Prize. She achieved her Architectural Registration in Australia in 2017.
Amy is passionate about how architecture can positively impact people and communities. She has been involved in community and advocacy projects, and has collaborated on built installations and participatory artworks. For this work Amy was a featured practitioner in Workaround, an exhibition at the RMIT Design Hub Gallery in Melbourne in 2018.