South Australia’s leading Emerging Architect joins Woods Bagot

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Thursday, August 14th, 2014
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Woods Bagot’s Adelaide studio welcomes Alex Hall as Senior Design Leader.

Woods Bagot is pleased to announce the appointment of Alex Hall as Senior Design Leader in Woods Bagot’s Adelaide Studio.
Last year awarded the Emerging Architect Award by the Australian Institute of Architects South Australian Chapter, Alex is a registered architect in South Australia whose work has ranged across civic, culture and the arts, urban design, as well as workplace design, education and health projects.

As part of Alex’s design approach, he seeks opportunities which enable genuine collaboration, delivering design outcomes through agile techniques, creating ideas that can be implemented across all scales of design, connecting and sharing research, and celebrating people at all levels.

“My approach is centred on a desire to create the best outcomes for people,” says Alex.

“We are excited to invite Alex to join our team here in the Adelaide studio,” says Principal Gavin Kain. “His credentials are outstanding and his collaborative approach to design is a perfect fit with Woods Bagot’s values.”

Alex is an active member of the architecture community in Adelaide, having acted as a member editor of Architecture Journal PLACE magazine, Chapter Councillor of the AIA SA Chapter and Chair of the New Architects Group SA, and Adelaide Parking Day Co-Director, as well as teaching at the School of Architecture, University of South Australia.

In 2013, Alex was awarded the 2014 Emerging Architect Award at the Australian Institute of Architects South Australian Chapter Awards. The Emerging Architect Prize recognises young designers who have made a substantial contribution to architecture in South Australia.

Prior to joining Woods Bagot’s Adelaide studio, Alex was a Senior Architect at Hassell where he worked on a diverse range of projects including the Hawke Building and Master Plan 2020 (University of South Australia), and the Adelaide Zoo Entrance Precinct and Giant Panda Forest (Zoos South Australia).

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