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Studio Leader

Marina Carroll

Marina Carroll


Masters of Architecture,
University of Melbourne


Professional Experience

Marina Carroll joined Architectus in 2012 and brings a dynamic energy and focus to her work. With a particular interest in learning environments, Marina’s passion for the education sector has been extended through her tutoring at the Faculty of Architecture and by her multiple projects for the University of Melbourne including two significant refurbishments in the historic Old Arts building.

Taking the William Macmahon Ball Theatre and Collaboration Space 4 from feasibility through to completion, and working with the Faculty of Arts user groups to define learning and teaching modalities, Marina led the development of the learning space design for the Arts West Redevelopment.

At Architectus, Marina is involved in all stages of project development. She has developed a broad range of design skills and thrives on the ability to engage with clients, designers and the broader consultant teams.