Alison Potter

I believe in working collaboratively and inclusively to establish an ongoing connection to place which is ecological and whole-system driven — creating thriving, nurtured and beautified spaces.”

With more than 20 years experience, Alison has a passion for high-quality architectural and urban design outcomes focused on environmentally responsive, regenerative, and human experience-centred design.

Her highly-respected and diverse international project experience spans public and private sectors, with extensive work across arts and culture, education, tourism, and city-shaping projects.

Alison has worked on several award-winning architectural and urban design precincts from inception to completion, including leading Grimshaw’s master plans for the University of Melbourne Fisherman’s Bend Campus and Fisherman’s Bend Innovation Precinct.

She is a member of the Australian Institute of Architects’ Climate Action and Sustainability Taskforce and a member of the Office for Design and Architecture South Australias design review panel advising on infrastructure and urban renewal projects.





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