Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter president Kathlyn Loseby joins former NSW government architect Peter Poulet to speak with Talking Architecture & Design about design, heritage, technology and the gender imbalance in the built environment.
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Peter Poulet, former NSW government architect and Central City District Comissioner of the Greater Sydney Comissioner, has been made a Professor of Practice Architecture at Western Sydney University’s School of Built Environment.
Poulet was the 23rd NSW government architect and previously worked as an architect in Australia and Japan. He is also a member of the NSW Architect’s Registration Board, NSW Heritage Council, Trustee of the ANZAC Memorial, Sydney Opera House Conservation Council, UTS Design Architecture and Building Advisory Board and adjunct professor of UNSW.
Kathlyn Loseby is an architect and the chief operating officer of Crone. She holds an honours degree in architecture from the University of Sydney and an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW. She has previously held roles with Allen Jack and Cottier, Foster and Partners, and Skidmore Owings and Merrill.