Malcolm Middleton – OAM

Malcolm Middleton Queensland Government Architect

Malcolm Middleton
Queensland
Government Architect

Malcolm Middleton OAM (Order of Australia Medal) was appointed to the role of Queensland Government Architect in July 2011.

He provides high-level advice to the Queensland Government on contemporary design and heritage issues.

The Office of the Queensland Government Architect has successfully pioneered and partnered the culturally important “Brisbane Open House” initiative over the last three years delivering enhanced civic focus and understanding of the value of good design within the city.

Malcolm Middleton is an urban designer and architect who brings a wealth of experience to the role of Queensland Government Architect, having been involved in the industry for over 30 years.

He has practical experience in the areas of architecture, master planning and urban design and has extensive experience in the integration of landscape design principles into project solutions.

Malcolm is a former Queensland President of the Property Council of Australia and served for almost 6 years on the South Bank Design Advisory Panel and 4 years on the Queensland Heritage Council and Development Committee.

In recognition of services to Architecture and Children’s Welfare Organisations, he was awarded an Order of Australia Medal in 2009.

AUCKLAND CONVERSATIONS with MALCOLM MIDDLETON Heritage protection and design integration.

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For enquiries contact: aucklandconversations@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

DATE:
Tuesday, 12th March

VENUE:
Lower NZI Conference Room, Aotea Centre, Aotea Square

TIME:
5.00pm reception
5.30pm welcome – Ludo Campbell-Reid, Environmental Strategy & Policy
Keynote speaker – Malcolm Middleton
6.45pm Q&A
7.00pm close