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Urban Design and Mixed-Use

Brendan Randles


Bachelor of Architecture (Hons First Class),
University of NSW

Masters of Urbanism,
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya


Professional Experience

Brendan Randles is a highly accomplished architect and urban designer and had been in private practice for 20 years prior to joining Architectus in late 2012. He has broad local and international experience in residential and civic architecture, urban design and planning, and has designed and collaborated on projects in Europe, New Zealand, Asia & the Middle East.

Brendan is currently a member of the Independent Hearing and Assessment Panel in Wollongong, Parramatta City Council’s Design Excellence Panel, and Sutherland Shire Council’s Design Review Panel.

At the University of NSW, Brendan has taught architectural design at final year level since 1992 and collaborated with Professor James Weirick’s urban design studio, in final year landscape architecture.