A Forum About the Future of Education Design
Belinda Koopman, a director of Peter Stutchbury Architecture, works with close attention to the art of making, both as object and place.
Belinda’s formative years were working with Ken Woolley and Ken Maher before establishing her own architectural practice, Koopman Architects. During this time Belinda also tutored in design and construction at UTS and has won multiple awards for housing. In 2008 Belinda studied Jewellery and Object Design at the Design Centre, Enmore. Belinda’s "Night Sky" jewellery design won her a GIA Study Program 2011 in New York.
Belinda joined Peter Stutchbury Architecture in 2010, a place where making objects and places of beauty, small, medium and large are fundamental. Her focus has been on the construction and the detail design of residential works including Land House, Inlet House and Cabbage Tree House. Belinda as project architect, along with the PSA team, have recently completed the public project Joynton Avenue Creative Precinct, which has just been opened, offering an exciting addition to the Green Square cultural and creative community.