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National Leader Strategic Projects

Mark Mitcheson-Low


Bachelor of Architecture,
Curtin University

Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours),
Curtin University

Diploma, Construction Technology


A highly experienced and diverse architect, Mark is National Leader Strategic Projects.

His extensive portfolio encompasses large and complex developments throughout Australia and internationally. He has delivered award-winning projects across the mixed-use, commercial, retail, hospitality, residential, education, transportation, and aviation sectors.

Projects include Dubai’s Index Tower, Emirates Twin Towers, Qatar Science and Technology Park, Brisbane’s 1 William Street high-rise and Perth’s Brookfield Place Tower 2. Mark was also Director in Charge during the development of Dubai’s Nakheel Tall Tower, which is the tallest building in the world to commence construction.

As a Defence architect, he has led highly successful teams on large-scale, technically complex projects. In his previous role, he was the national director for the design teams on the PPP projects LEAP 1 and LEAP 2, the $800 million rollout of Defence Base residential projects in every state – a portfolio of work that encompassed 14 separate projects.

In 40 years in the industry, Mark has been instrumental in establishing studios in Perth, Sydney, London, Dubai, Doha, New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Auckland and Christchurch. He has undertaken projects across the regions of Australia, the Middle East, South East Asia, China, United Kingdom, USA and South America.

Before joining Architectus in 2018, Mark was Director and Global Development Officer at Woods Bagot.