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Architectus

Senior Associate

Stirling Fletcher

Stirling Fletcher

Studio:
Perth

Qualifications:
Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons),
Curtin University

Contact:
stirling.fletcher@architectus.com.au

Stirling has 16 years of experience designing and delivering interior architecture projects, primarily in the workplace sector but with some involvement of the education, retail, and hospitality sectors. In addition to working on projects in Australia, he has worked in Singapore, on Singapore-based projects from Perth, and on projects in Kuala Lumpur, Houston, Santiago, Antofagasta, London, Vancouver, and Arizona.

To ensure solid decision-making throughout the course of each project, Stirling is careful to engage all parties from the project’s inception. By facilitating an inclusive and considered approach to design, he fosters a sense of shared ownership. His approach to designing workplace interiors disrupts traditional thinking to keep design fresh and functional in a complex sector.

Through his ability to articulate and develop effective strategies, Stirling has earnt both trust and respect in the industry. He has been fortunate to work with people, and on projects, that have enabled bold ideas to alter the status quo and see projects reach their full potential. He applies forward-thinking, beyond the transactional nature of practical completion, by deeply considering how the design will perform over its intended lifetime.