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Senior Associate

Nic Martoo


Masters of Architecture
Bachelor of Design (Archiectural Studies) (Hons1)


Nic is a Senior Associate, delivering innovative and enduring architecture that has established his reputation as a leader in the field of design. He responds to every brief pragmatically, strategically and creatively; focused on the careful consideration of each project as an opportunity to form a unique architectural solution and ensure the realisation of a client’s goals and objectives.

Nic’s sound leadership and experience in managing projects from initial concept design through to completion, ensures a strong client relationship and a high-quality design outcome. He has been extensively involved in major project work in Ethiopia as the Campus Architect for the United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa. These complex projects have required extensive stakeholder consultation, planning workshops and the development of new planning, design and implementation policies aligned with global United Nations standards.

Nic was also responsible for Queensland Theatre’s recently completed new home venue in West End, Brisbane which was shortlisted for an Australian Interior Design Award.

Nic’s practice of architecture has received local and state recognition, including the 2018 Building of the Year Award for the Gold Coast Region and a Commendation at the Queensland State Architecture Awards for the Griffith University Aquatic Centre. Nic has also won an international design competition held by the International Union of Architects (UIA) and the Chamber of Architects of Turkey, taking out first prize in the International Award for Young Architects.