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Elliot Harvie


Bachelor of Architectural Design,
The University of Queensland

Master of Architecture,
The University of Queensland

Master of Philosophy in History of Art and Architecture,
University of Cambridge


Professional Experience

Elliot Harvie is a talented designer who brings experience from a diverse folio of public projects across different phases including master planning, concept design, and construction documentation.

He studied architecture at the University of Queensland, graduating from the bachelor’s degree with the Conrad Gargett Prize for the highest GPA and from the Master of Architecture with the Innovarchi Thesis Prize, before studying art history at the University of Cambridge, funded by the Cambridge Trust and Fitzwilliam College. Elliot continues to tutor in the design studio at the University of Queensland, where he has previously tutored subjects in the history and theory of architecture.