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Architectus

Associate

Elijah Christopher

Elijah Christopher

Studio:
Sydney

Qualifications:
Masters of Architecture, UTS Sydney

Bachelor of Architecture, UTS Sydney

Diploma Architectural Technology,
Sydney Institute of Technology

Contact:
elijah.christopher@architectus.com.au

Professional Experience

Elijah began his career in architecture in 2012. As a Sydney-based designer, he knows the city well and has worked on public and commercial projects in Parramatta, Manly, Sydney CBD and Macquarie Park. Since 2014, he has worked with the Commercial team, assisting with project delivery by coordinating stakeholders, consultants, suppliers and manufacturers. Elijah has contributed to significant projects and applied his BIM expertise – particularly in excavation, façade procurement and building services coordination – to 169 Macquarie Street, Parramatta (1 Parramatta Square), 151 Clarence Street, Sydney, and 275 George Street, Sydney.

Currently the project lead for 1 Eden Park Drive, Macquarie Park, Elijah is working with the team on a design that responds to the increased regulatory environmental sustainability targets by providing passive shading through an interchanging terracotta and glazed curtain wall panel system. He is adept at working on multi-purpose spaces and finds meeting all stakeholders’ expectations a rewarding challenge.