Directors

Tony Shum
Design Director
Registered Architect
Master of Architecture - University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Property and Construction - University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Planning and Design (Architecture) - University of Melbourne

Tony is an accomplished architect who has widespread experience in commercial and residential architecture. Through his experience in commercial, office, educational and residential projects, Tony has developed an exceptionally high standard of documentation for the practice which is the basis of achieving a high quality design from the design concept through to the completed building.

Additionally, Tony is a building sustainability consultant for a number of residential, commercial and institutional clients across Victoria. His extensive knowledge and passion for Environmentally Sustainable Design, has enabled clients to reduce life-cycle costs in buildings by optimising building performance, and utilising the positive environmental attributes of each project site.

 
Leonie Liu
Design Director
Registered Architect
Master of Architecture - University of Melbourne
Master of Property and Construction - University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Planning and Design (Architecture) - University of Melbourne

Leonie is jointly responsible for leading the design on all projects in the office and is well practised in the interpretation of a clients brief into an innovative design response, from concept through to the construction stage. Her particular skill with architectural composition and fine-tuned understanding of scale and materiality is highly regarded. With a wide range of experience in architecture, interiors and property development, she provides value to clients and projects through her design knowledge, combined with insight and understanding of the wider built environment.

Architecture is not only response to the brief, but a poetic translation of materials which shapes and enlightens space, accentuating the lived experience of the form and building within its environmental, social and cultural context.’ - LL