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Christiane Whiteley


Masters of Urban Design,
University of Sydney

Masters of Architecture,
University of Technology

Bachelor of Arts in Architecture,
University of Technology

Diploma of Building Design and Technology,
Gordon Institute of TAFE


Professional Experience

Christiane Whiteley is a senior urban designer with 8 years’ professional experience in both urban design and architecture in NSW. Christiane has worked on a range of significant urban renewal and infrastructure projects in Sydney for both private and public sector clients, including the North-West Urban Transformation sites, Camellia Town Centre East, and St Leonards Place-making and Design Study for North Sydney Council.

Through working on a diverse range of projects, she has gained valuable knowledge in producing and delivering concept design, master planning, design guideline, structure plans, planning proposal and feasibility study projects.

Christiane holds a number of degrees, including Masters of Urban Design (University of Sydney), Masters of Architecture, and Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (University of Technology, Sydney). Christiane’s educational and professional focus has been around understanding the relationships between the social, environmental and built infrastructure critical in designing successful cities.