Carol is one of Australia’s pre-eminent climate change-ready architects with a global reputation for her research, leadership and innovative design approach.

She has more than 25 years of experience in private practice and government advisory roles, and has worked across various locations and scales, from the Americas to Asia and Australia, and from family homes to the development of entire precincts.

Carol’s deep and varied expertise includes: sensitive masterplanned communities in urban and regional locations, high-rise housing, public works, aged care, heritage adaptive reuse and custom homes.

Carol also provides design review and advice to public projects through various government agencies. For several years she was engaged as Principal Design Advisor at the Government Architect NSW, chairing the State Design Review Panel and contributing at a strategic level to State Significant projects and policies.

Project

The A.V. Jennings Churchill Fellowship to study passive design methods which can accommodate severe climate patterns while providing solutions for human comfort

The A.V. Jennings Churchill Fellowship to study passive design methods which can accommodate severe climate patterns while providing solutions for human comfort

China
Japan
Philippines
Land, Commerce and Logistics
Carol Marra

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