senior design and conservation architect
Following graduation from The University of Adelaide in 2004, over the last decade Alistair has gained valuable experience in Adelaide, Perth and, recently, Melbourne. Through this time, his focus has been on the conservation and adaptive re-use of existing and/or heritage places, providing advice, design, documentation and works implementation services.
In 2016, Alistair returned to Adelaide to join Flightpath Architects.
Alistair offers tremendous design skill and specialist technical, historical knowledge and conservation expertise across multiple building typologies, construction and challenging project briefs, honed through his experience in the heritage sector.
In working closely with clients, statutory authorities and stakeholder groups he has developed practical, communication and negotiation skills required to assist and advise in the stewardship and conservation of substantial heritage places, either as lead consultant or as part of a multi-disciplinary project team.
He brings considerable building fabric expertise for conservation works, developed first hand in the field and guided by established conservation professionals and, supplemented through further education.
He has recently completed a Masters of Urban + Cultural Heritage at the Melbourne School of Design (University of Melbourne). He is also a regular participant and contributor at workshops, seminars and presentations run through the above associations.
When not working, he can be found admiring the Architecture of far flung exotic places, with a camera in hand, or restoring his recently purchased stone cottage.