An architectural graduate with five years’ experience in practice, Genevieve is motivated by architecture that addresses equity and sustainability.
She is interested in the role of architecture in a political landscape and is involved with the Gabba Community Vision team, a group of architectural students and graduates campaigning for green space in the Woolloongabba Cross River Rail precinct.
Genevieve loves to get her hands dirty in a metaphoric and literal sense; in her spare time, she conducts experiments in using local earth as a building material and investigates the social and cultural implications of natural building materials.
A design studio tutor at the University of Queensland, Genevieve hopes to encourage more conversation around social justice and the political nature of architecture among students.
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