Urban Designer, QLD
“I’ve had a fascination with design and the built environment for as long as I can remember. How we live and why is something that I am passionate about; the design, planning and psychology of a space. Suburbia is of particular interest… I am excited about disrupting typical suburban sprawl and the possibilities “missing middle” design brings. By completing my degrees in both Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning I hope to extend my knowledge and confidence to make a difference, creating spaces that will be beneficial for our environmental, physical and mental well-being.”
Alix is in the second year of her Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning double degree, having completed an additional year in Architectural Design. She has a passion to design practical, inclusive and engaging areas that evoke play and communication.
She has developed strong relationships with her lecturers and is continuously seeking out discussions, feedback and extra-curricular activities that can add to her knowledge. She has recently completed a research scholarship with School of Architecture working with the Architecture Theory Criticism History Research Centre on a prospective exhibition.
Alix appreciates change and challenge and works best when she is able to push the boundaries and participate in constructive conversations and designs.