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vicky vu

SENIOR ARCHITECT

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Vicky graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2005 and became a Registered Architect in 2007.

 

Throughout her career working in Brisbane, Edinburgh (Scotland) and Melbourne, Vicky has gained experience across a diverse range of building types and scales including stadia, public realm, health, transport and public infrastructure as well as all major sectors in education (junior, senior and tertiary). Vicky’s project experience has enabled her to establish a skill set that is adaptable to projects of any scale and level of complexity.      

Vicky has extensive experience working on large multi-disciplinary projects from inception through to project delivery. She has an interest in place making projects that contribute to communities and enhance the social fabric of cities. Her approach to practising architecture is to build strong working relationships to enable effective collaboration, great communication and positive outcomes.    

Prior to joining KO&Co, Vicky spent some time working in wayfinding strategy and signage design which has enhanced her interest in the role that graphics, place naming and physical structures can have on the planning, identification and use of spaces.  

fun facts

ONE OF MY FAVOURITE PLACES IN THE WORLD

New York City. I can't wait to visit again one day and experience that amazing energy again.

WHEN I'M NOT AT WORK, I'M NORMALLY...

hanging out with my husband and kids in our backyard or heading out and about to see friends.

IF I COULD SEE ANY MUSICIAN (PAST OR PRESENT) PERFORM LIVE, IT WOULD BE...

Radiohead – seeing them live would be electric.

MY CHILDHOOD DREAM JOB

I wanted to be an artist or a writer – long before any actual life experience! The idea of communicating with creativity has always appealed to me.

IF I WASN'T AN ARCHITECT, I WOULD BE...

A psychologist. People are fascinating, I love to listen and am forever curious about other people’s lives.

IF I WON A MILLION DOLLARS, I WOULD...

I would buy a tiny holiday house with sweeping mountain views.

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