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Marko Damic


Bachelor of Architecture (Hons 1st Class),
University of New South Wales

Winner RAIA Student Biennale, 2002

George Soros Foundation Scholarship, 1996-2000


Professional Experience

With almost 20 years’ experience gained in both the UK and Australia, Marko Damic has predominantly worked on the design and delivery of significant high and medium-rise, multi-unit residential, commercial, mixed-use, infrastructure and education projects.

During his 11 years at Bates Smart, where he was an Associate Director and lead designer on a number of key projects, he led many major commercial and residential projects through successful design competitions, master plan, and design development phases.

His analytical and inventive approach to design and problem solving ensure a thorough and effective design outcome for clients which resulted in projects that have received numerous industry awards, including a number of Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) National Awards for residential and commercial buildings as well as the AIA Sulman Award for Public Buildings.