“Large projects inevitably pose complex social, economic and environmental questions, and it’s a real privilege to work toward answers.”
Alix brings both pragmatism and passion to the design process, along with end-to-end experience across a range of project types and sectors, including culture, infrastructure, residential and commercial.
She’s contributed to some of our most notable recent projects – developments such as Park Avenue Central in Shanghai and Melbourne Metro. On the once-in-generation rail project, she played an instrumental role from the start, consulting with numerous stakeholders to balance their complex needs.
Like many of our principals, Alix combines a local knowledge with a global perspective. Though based in Melbourne, she’s also spent time embedded in our Shanghai studio.
- Park Avenue Central, Shanghai
- Melbourne Metro, Melbourne
- Level Crossing Removals, St Albans, Ginifer, Blackburn and Heatherdale stations, Melbourne, Australia
- University of Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Design Competition, Melbourne, Australia
- Melbourne Park Administration & Media Building, Melbourne, Australia
- The Point, Point Nepean, Australia
Five reasons metro station architecture must be resilient
Covid-19, riots, extreme weather events. Which challenges will we face next? As station designers, we have to think ahead when we’re designing so that our rail infrastructure can keep moving, no matter what the world throws at us.