Director | Principal Architect
Nadine is passionate about creating spaces and forms that seamlessly connect with the natural world, promotes well being and support positive emotional energy. She is an advocate of Sensory and Sustainable Design. She collaborates from the onset of the project with all stakeholders to deliver lively and livable spaces. The lines of her work can be crisp yet warm.
Nadine is a registered architect with the ARBV (Architects Registration Board of Victoria), ARBNSW (Architects Registration Board of New South Wales and member of AIA. Australian Institute of Architects. She is currently a councillor at the Victorian Chapter and Chair SAF the Sustainable Architecture Forum. She completed her “Diplôme d’Etudes Supèrieures d’Architecture” (Masters in Architecture) from the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts in Lebanon(ALBA) in 1986. Her passion and early work in providing sustainable solutions to her projects led her to become LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green associate in October 2009. Her love for nature pushed her to complete a certificate in Permaculture in 2010. Having mentored many graduate architects in her practice encouraged her to lecture in Environmental Sustainable Design at RMIT.