Architectural Graduate

Lilly Arbuckle

Having studied and worked professionally in both Interior Design and Architecture, Lilly holds a particular interest in the intersections between disciplines. With a strong belief in architecture’s role in building the social and cultural fabric of our cities, she is passionate about climate responsive projects.

Lilly  has worked on a range of projects both in Australia and abroad including high performance training facilities, administration and community facilities, and a number of stadia ranging from 25,000 to 50,000 seating capacity. This experience has enabled her to develop skills in both architecture and interior design across all phases of a project; from initial master planning and concept design, through to construction documentation. 

Outside of project work, Lilly is an active participant in both community and sporting events and activities. One of her most memorable experiences was volunteering in Nepal with Architects Without Frontiers, where she worked with local stonemasons to help rebuild a mothers’ group community hall in a remote village which had been severely damaged in the 2015 earthquake. 


Qualifications / Accreditations

Australian Institute of Architects – Affiliate

Masters of Architecture – Queensland University of Technology (QUT) 

Bachelor of Architecture – QUT

Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) – Queensland College of Art, Griffith University (QCA)