With MAS, she works with state government and academic partners developing models for more affordable, sustainable housing and urban precincts.
She is currently undertaking a PhD examining design strategies for higher density redevelopment in the middle suburbs that respond to contemporary social trends and industry processes. Lee-Anne has taught design and communication subjects within the Architecture Departments at RMIT and Monash Universities and, prior to joining MAS, gained her professional registration working on a range of civic, education, community and residential projects in Melbourne.
Night view: speculative redevelopment of the Nylex silos site in Richmond
An urban intervention designed to generate spatial variation across a number of scales.
3D wax print
Study model for a lattice spatial/structural system
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