Chapter Council comprises elected members from the Institute’s international membership and works with staff to guide the Chapter’s policy and program agenda. The International Chapter Chair, elected by overseas members, represents the Institute’s international interests on National Council as well as being a public spokesperson for international programs.
Justin Hill is currently based in Singapore, where he has worked for the past 40 years with Kerry Hill Architects (KHA) until his recent retirement. He also co-founded the practice’s Fremantle, WA studio in 1995.
He has been an International Chapter Councillor for many years and in 2018-2019 was an elected National Councillor of the Institute and Board member. He is currently the Vice President (Oceania) of the Commonwealth Association of Architects.
DesignSPORT (Saudi Arabia)
Metagram (Hong Kong)
Koning Eizenberg Architecture (Los Angeles)
Robert A M SternArchitects (New York)
AR + D (Singapore)
SAA Architects (Singapore)
BLAKE HILLEBRAND – SONA Representative
Born in 1967 in Roma, Queensland, Richard founded his medium-sized practice in 1995, growing to multiple studios across Australia and South-East Asia.
Ms Alice Hampson LFRAIA is an architect, writer, architectural historian, University of Queensland graduate of Design Studies and Architecture (1st Cl), with the QIA RAIA Medallion and BOAQ Prizes.
Allen’s cultural of background Chinese Scottish Palawa English has influenced his conceptual framework for his holistic view of architecture blending inalienable understanding of the living spirit and evidence-based design.
For the past 21 years Warren has been the National Director of the HAMES SHARLEY Health Portfolio based in Perth Western Australia. In addition to his formal qualifications in architecture, Warren has a Masters Degree in health administration and a post-graduate diploma in project facilitation.
Belinda is the Principal Architect and Access Consultant of her own Melbourne based practice, Haptic Space. She has over 25 years’ experience in the design and delivery of enabling and therapeutic environments, and also provides advisory services for built environment professionals, building owners and developers in accessible and inclusive design.
Dr Andrew Magub joined KIRK in 2016 in the role of Principal. Andrew trained in architecture at the Queensland University of Technology, the University of North London, and in Project Management at the Queensland University of Technology. After graduation, of his first degree, Andrew worked in Cleveland, USA; London, United Kingdom; and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Founder, PI Architect
Architect Datuk Tan Pei Ing started her own practice, PI Architect, in 1989. Her firm has undertaken a wide range of projects including shopping malls, hotels, commercial and residential developments etc.