Ursula Chandler Architects
Ursula Chandler Architects is an architecture practice located in Fitzroy North in Melbourne. The practice works across all project types and scales and has a particular interest in heritage and regional sites.
Ursula has worked on projects across Australia, the United Kingdom and Africa, including as a Project Lead working directly under Sir David Adjaye at Adjaye Associates in London.
Ursula currently teaches Design Thesis at the University of Melbourne, is a registered architect in Victoria, Part III qualified in the UK and a member of the Australian Institute of Architects. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2007 with a First-Class Honours degree in Architecture and Landscape Architecture, and received the RAIA Bates Smart Graduate Prize, Robert Barber Award in Landscape Architecture and a Dean’s Honours Award.
Ursula sits on the National Trust Committee for the Built Environment Board (Vic. Chapter), City of Yarra Heritage Advisory Committee, is an Architects Registration Board examiner and Vice-President of Villa Alba Museum.
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