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Rebecca Daff


Bachelor of Architecture (Hons), RMIT
Registered Architect, 17277


Rebecca is an experienced architect who believes good design starts with truly understanding a problem that needs solving – insight that allows her to translate an organisation’s brand, values, and business goals into an exceptional environment for both client and users.

A passionate designer and collaborator, Rebecca enjoys all stages of a project, from briefing to completion. She advocates for a highly inclusive design process, with the architect acting as both creator and mediator to ensure everyone is fully engaged and the final solution has genuine value and impact.

At Architectus, Rebecca has a dual focus on workplace design and retail design, drawing on her experience overseeing major retail, commercial, environmental, exhibition, and brand-focused projects.

Before joining us, Rebecca was Practice Director at peckvonhartel, and has also worked at Futurespace, Geyer, and Parker Design over the course of her 20-year career. During that time, she has worked with high-profile clients including Westpac, Telstra, and Google.