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Dr Tim Greer is a director of award-winning architecture practice Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. He has an interest in existing urban fabric and the cultural elements it embodies, treating each project as an individual opportunity to create fresh contemporary forms.

Under Greer’s directorship, the practice has produced multi-award-winning projects that combine urban renewal and new cultural uses, including Carriageworks Contemporary Arts Centre; Scots Church Apartment Redevelopment; Paddington Reservoir Gardens and The Glasshouse: Arts Conference and Entertainment Centre; The Bennelong and Quay Restaurants; the Kensington Street Precinct including the Old Clare Hotel, and the National Art School Business Case and Reference Design.

Tim is currently an adjunct professor of architecture at Sydney University and holds a Doctorate in Architecture and Design from RMIT in Melbourne. His contribution to architecture was acknowledged by the Sydney Morning Herald’s ‘Sydney’ magazine in their annual 100 Most Influential People issue 2010. Tim currently sits on the City of Sydney Cultural and Creative Sector Advisory Panel.

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