Aurelia is a people’s person who focuses on health-related projects with 10 years of experience on a large array of project’s scales, from interiors to large major health hubs Master Plans, and including large clinical delivery to $120 Million projects.
Her excellent verbal and written communication skills and her ability to communicate confidently and effectively with people at all levels and all backgrounds ensure a smooth project delivery from start to finish.
Her passion for healthcare architecture stems from her view that people’s wellbeing and the ambition of enriching human experience should be at the core of all buildings, from where we live, where we work to where we heal.
She has a strong interest in salutogenic principles, biophilia and neuro-science for architecture. She is a registered architect and a WELL accredited professional. She often teaches architecture practice at Melbourne University and has taught at Monash University and RMIT. She is active in the design scene and a member of the Australian Institute of Architects.