Ross Brewin

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Personal profile


Ross Brewin is a Melbourne based architect and a senior lecturer in the MADA Department of Architecture which he helped establish in 2008. Ross's practice, teaching and research is engaged with culturally, socially and environmentally responsible projects across a range of architectural and urban scales. Ross's work is currently concentrated on research related to the role and value of contemporary architecture in the ongoing transformation of Australian regional towns and places. Ross's practice gilby + brewin architecture / urban design has a growing portfolio of built projects in Western Australia, Victoria and Tasmania.

Education/Academic qualification

Architecture, Master of Architecture (Research), RMIT University

Award Date: 22 Oct 2007

Architecture, Bachelor of Architecture, Curtin University

Award Date: 16 Feb 2000

Architecture, Bachelor of Applied Science, Curtin University

Award Date: 16 Feb 1999

Research area keywords

  • Architectural Design
  • post industrial regeneration
  • sustainable development
  • environmental repair
  • regional architecture
  • Architecture
  • rural architecture

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