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Troy King


Bachelor of Visual Arts in Interior Design,
Griffith University

Green Building Council of Australia


Troy brings design rigour and delivery know-how to our Interior Architecture team – experience he gained on a range of standout education and workplace projects during his career.

His deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities of those symbiotic sectors will help our Brisbane clients navigate their shifting landscapes.

With expertise in contemporary education and research spaces at universities, Troy is adept at weaving together learning, social and working spaces – and harnessing design and technology – to create environments that inspire and engage the people using them.

He played a key role in the briefing, design, and delivery of complex, multi-disciplinary projects while at global practice Hassell, most recently as a Senior Associate in Brisbane. Projects include award winners like the Birch Building at ANU, the Creative Industries Precinct at QUT, and the Advanced Engineering Building at UQ.

A strong advocate for sustainable design, Troy also delivered a range of education and science projects as a Green Star accredited designer, including UQ’s Global Change Institute, one of the earliest buildings to target net zero in Australia.

In addition to his education expertise, he has created leading-edge workplaces, finding creative solutions for clients including Origin Energy in Brisbane and the ATO in Melbourne and Brisbane.

More recently, Troy worked on the large-scale resort development at Queen’s Wharf in Brisbane, where he gained valuable hospitality experience he can apply to workplace design.

His focused, collaborative approach to briefing and his innovative design thinking result in smart solutions that help clients embrace the future.