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Group Director Living + Working

Simone Oliver


Bachelor of Arts (Journalism, Government),
University of Queensland

Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) Hons 1,
University of Technology, Sydney


Simone is Group Director of the Architectus Living and Working portfolio. With a design career spanning 30 years, Simone is a thought-leader focused on rapidly evolving societal changes about how we work, learn and live.

As Group Director, Simone is responsible for driving the national strategy, growth and leadership development of the Commercial, Residential and Interior Architecture portfolio of Architectus. She brings insight into the synergies that overlap between these evolving sectors, unlocking opportunities for clients in a changing world.

A creative strategist and designer, Simone has partnered with clients and project teams to realise some of Australia’s foremost workplaces, learning and lifestyle environments.  Her clients have included Macquarie Group, Qantas, Westin Hotels, The Reserve Bank of Australia, Westpac, Optus, King & Wood Mallesons, and Australian universities.

With a specialisation in emerging spatial and digital realms, Simone has delivered experience led environments supporting business innovation, people and customer propositions.  The outcomes are smart, enduring and technological environments within a diverse spectrum of building types, responding to new frontiers in the way people think, feel and act.