An architect and urbanist with over 40 years’ experience working on projects from small buildings to large cities
With qualifications in architecture and urban design, Peter is particularly interested in urban quality and the rich relationship between people and place.
Peter joined Archipelago in 2022 as a Principal of Architecture and Urban Design, bringing his wealth of experience guiding best-for-city outcomes. He is a trusted advisor to governments on major mixed use, housing, tourism, health and infrastructure projects and is widely recoginised as an urban design leader and one of Queensland’s most credentialed EBD workshop facilitators.
He has always combined practice with teaching and research. He has regularly tutored since graduation and in the early 1990s taught for two years at the UK’s Hull School of Architecture.
Peter was an adjunct professor at the QUT School of Design from 2003 - 2021 as a practitioner member of the Centre for Subtropical Design, and between 2003 and 2015 as a fractional professor of design. Peter is a generous mentor and booster of Brisbane’s community of hand drawers and urban sketchers.
* experience prior to Archipelago
*experience prior to Archipelago