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James is instrumental in shaping Wardle’s design culture, driving innovation through a technology-led process. With an interest in material expression, James leverages new technologies to foster Wardle’s culture of making.

Through collaboration, James compels design to be responsive to people, environmental objectives, and opportunities to create meaningful connections with country and place. He has an innate ability to gather the conceptual strands of a project and shape them into compelling architectural propositions.

James oversees design across a diversity of public, education, cultural, and single-residential projects. Recently completed works include Curtin University School of Design and the Built Environment, Bendigo Law Courts, and University of Tasmania's Northern Transformation Program.

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