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Studio Leader

Mark Mitcheson-Low


Bachelor of Architecture,
Curtin University

Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours),
Curtin University

Diploma, Construction Technology


Professional Experience

A highly experienced and diverse architect, Mark Mitcheson-Low is the Studio Leader of Architectus’ Perth Studio and National Sector Leader of Architectus’ Defence projects.

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

Projects include the roll out of the $900 million LEAP 2 Defence base housing across 19 locations and the new MH-60R helicopter training facilities, as well as several barracks and aviation projects in high security environments. His work in the commercial sector encompasses Dubai’s Index Tower and Emirates Twin Towers, 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.

In 30 years in the industry, Mark has worked in Perth, Sydney, London, Dubai, Doha, New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Auckland and Christchurch. He has been instrumental in establishing studios in those locations. Before joining Architectus in 2018, he was Director and Global Development Officer at Woods Bagot.

Mark is currently Principal in Charge of the new, state-of-the-art World Trade Centre, Perth.