Ross Brewin

Ross Brewin

Ross Brewin is a registered architect and a senior lecturer in the MADA Department of Architecture which he helped establish in 2008.

Ross's practice, teaching and research is engaged with culturally, socially and environmentally responsible projects across a range of architectural and urban scales and is currently concentrated on the role of architecture in the transformation of Australian regional towns and places.

Ross's practice gilby + brewin architecture has a growing portfolio of built projects in Western Australia, Victoria and Tasmania and has received numerous awards including recently, the Barry McNeill Award for Sustainable Architecture, the Roy Sharrington Smith Award for Heritage Architecture and an Award for Public Architecture in the 2021 Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian Chapter awards.

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Triabunna Tomorrow

An ongoing post-industrial urban revitalisation project on Tasmania’s east coast.

Designing Affordable, Sustainable Housing (DASH)

High-quality, innovative architecture and urban design provides great living places.

River Derwent Heavy Metals Project

Tackling the problem of heavy metals pollution in the River Derwent.