The Tasmanian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects is pleased to announce the 2020 Henry Hunter Triennial Prize Jury.
Henry Hunter Triennial Prize Jury:
- Neal Mackintosh (2019 Tasmanian Architecture Awards Jury Chair) RAIA | JAWS Architects
- Todd Henderson (2018 Tasmanian Architecture Awards Jury Chair) RAIA | Cumulus Studio
- Genevieve Lilley (2017 Tasmanian Architecture Awards Jury Chair) RAIA | Genevieve Lilley Architects
Neal Mackintosh | JAWS Architects
Neal is an experienced senior practitioner, and has been working both in Tasmania and Victoria for the last 30 years. He has been responsible for a number of awarded projects for JAWS Architects in both states.
Neal’s involvement within the Tasmanian Chapter of the Institute has been significant, serving on various committees and as a Chapter Councillor from 2000 until 2008. He held the position of Tasmanian Chapter President from 2005 to 2007, also serving as Honorary Treasurer at National Council in the same period.
He continues to serve on the Awards Task Group, having done so for well over a decade.
In 2015 Neal was a member of the Public Buildings Jury for the Victorian Chapter Architecture Awards and previously served as a member of the Tasmanian Chapter Awards Jury in 1994.
Neal was the Tasmanian Architecture Awards Jury Chair in 2019.
Todd Henderson | Cumulus Studio
Based in Tasmania, Todd Henderson is a registered architect and director/co-founder of Cumulus Studio.
With over 20 years experience in the architecture profession, he has extensive experience in residential, commercial, education and hospitality projects.
Todd possesses skills in leadership, organisation management, communication and detailed design and construction.
He has successfully led multi-disciplinary teams on a range of award-winning projects and has been recognised for his commitment to architecture with the inaugural Emerging Architect Award (Tas), numerous design awards and as Chair for the Tasmanian Architecture Awards Jury in 2018.
Genevieve Lilley | Genevieve Lilley Architects
Genevieve Lilley is an architect practising in Tasmania and NSW.
After working for eight years for British architect, Sir David Chipperfield, on civic projects, she opened her own practice in London in 1999 and in Sydney in 2005.
She lives in Hobart, and runs a small practice specialising in a range of odd and unique projects, mostly involving the adaptive re-use of buildings in NSW and Tasmania.
Genevieve currently sits on the Tasmanian Heritage Council, the Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian Chapter Council and the Tasmanian Chapter Enduring Architecture Taskforce. She is also the designer for award-winning modern jeweller, Venerari, and writes for Houses Magazine and the Architectural Review.
Genevieve was the Tasmanian Architecture Awards Jury Chair in 2017.