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Timothy Moore is a director of Sibling Architecture, lecturer of architecture at Monash University, and the co-curator of Melbourne Design Week presented by the National Gallery of Victoria.

At Sibling, Timothy has overseen its design-research practice, which has seen Sibling exhibit at the National Gallery of Victoria, Istanbul Design Biennial,  São Paulo Architecture Biennial, ACCA and Seoul National University, and provide foresight, strategic design and architectural works for leading commercial and cultural institutions and organisations, including Creative Victoria, FJM Property, City of Melbourne and VICE. Prior to joining Sibling, Timothy worked as a project director for Right Angle Studio developing architectural and communication strategies for urban regeneration sites across Australia. 

Timothy has also worked at architecture offices in Melbourne, Amsterdam and Berlin, and as an editor for three influential magazines, Volume, Architecture Australia and Future West (Australian Urbanism). Contuining this trajectory, Timothy is widely published in architectural magazines and journals, and speaks widely at architecture conferences and in the media.

Timothy completed his PhD within the Melbourne School of Design at the University of Melbourne entitled The Instruments of Transitional Urbanism in 2021.

At Monash, Timothy is a researcher within XYX Lab that looks at the relationship between gender, sexuality, equity and architecture. He is also investigating the interface of the public sector and architecture in the project Public Works.

PhD Supervisions
3 PhD Current Supervisions

Education/Academic qualification

Architecture, Bachelor

Award Date: 1 Dec 2007

Architecture, Bachelor, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 1 Dec 2004

Bachelor, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 1 Jul 2002

Indonesian, Diploma, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 1 May 2002

Research area keywords

  • Architectural Design
  • Temporary Urbanism
  • Ageing and Architecture
  • Exhibition Design
  • Architecture and Media
  • Architecture Criticism
  • Inclusive Cities


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