Peter Poulet, the NSW Government Architect came in to speak about his visions for the city.
Peter Poulet has been appointed the NSW Government Architect. Peter will be the 23rd Government Architect since Francis Greenway was appointed in 1816.
Peter was the State Architect of Tasmania, having been appointed to this inaugural role in 2009. In that capacity he successfully established the role to provide strategic advice to the government, to effectively advocate for the benefits of quality and sustainability in design, and to establish collaborative working relationships between government, industry and communities.
Prior to this Peter was Assistant Government Architect within the (NSW) Government Architect’s Office and was involved in design review, master planning, feasibility studies, design, documentation and site supervision. His projects have received numerous awards including the Horbury Hunt, the Blacket Award and an Australian Institute of Architects commendation for Public Building.
Peter has over 25 years experience in Australia and Japan in private and government architectural offices on a variety of projects. He exhibits paintings regularly and is represented in several significant regional and private collections.
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