Paul Berkemeier   Paul Berkemeier graduated in architecture from Sydney University in 1975 and was awarded Master of Architecture from Harvard in 1983. He worked with the Commonwealth Government and then as an Associate Director of Denton Corker Marshall before establishing his own practice in 1988.  Paul has had extensive experience in a broad range of projects, including large scale urban design and planning, public buildings, single and multi-unit housing, schools, exhibition design and heritage buildings. The practice has received numerous state and national awards for its work.  Paul has a very high profile in the profession. Previously he was the National President of the Australian Institute of Architects, and he served a maximum 9 year term as Trustee of the Historic Houses Trust, appointed the Deputy Chair from 2002 to 2005. He remains a member of the Trust’s Exhibitions Advisory Committee. Paul is actively involved in architectural education and accreditation and has taught design studios at all of the state’s architecture schools. He has been a member of the Australian Institute of Architect's National Education Committee, Chair of the NSW Education Committee and has been a member and chair of several State and National visiting panels to universities around Australia. He was appointed Visiting Professor in Architecture Practice at the University of Sydney in 2009.

Paul Berkemeier

Paul Berkemeier graduated in architecture from Sydney University in 1975 and was awarded Master of Architecture from Harvard in 1983. He worked with the Commonwealth Government and then as an Associate Director of Denton Corker Marshall before establishing his own practice in 1988.

Paul has had extensive experience in a broad range of projects, including large scale urban design and planning, public buildings, single and multi-unit housing, schools, exhibition design and heritage buildings. The practice has received numerous state and national awards for its work.

Paul has a very high profile in the profession. Previously he was the National President of the Australian Institute of Architects, and he served a maximum 9 year term as Trustee of the Historic Houses Trust, appointed the Deputy Chair from 2002 to 2005. He remains a member of the Trust’s Exhibitions Advisory Committee. Paul is actively involved in architectural education and accreditation and has taught design studios at all of the state’s architecture schools. He has been a member of the Australian Institute of Architect's National Education Committee, Chair of the NSW Education Committee and has been a member and chair of several State and National visiting panels to universities around Australia. He was appointed Visiting Professor in Architecture Practice at the University of Sydney in 2009.

Brent Trousdale   Brent Trousdale graduated with Honours from the University of Sydney in 1991. Before joining Paul Berkemeier Architect, Brent worked with Peter Stutchbury, Allan Jack + Cottier and Davenport Campbell as well as spending time as a builder on various construction projects with Shane Blue Architect.  Brent joined Paul Berkemeier’s practice in 1994 and has been Project Architect and team leader for all phases of a diverse range of work, including public, education, heritage, mult-storey commercial, retail, interiors and residential projects. He was the Project Architect for several of the practice’s award-winning buildings, including Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Kia-Ora Homestead in Scone, Collis-George Jackson house, Shear Outback, the restoration of the former Ashfield Post Office and the Nicholson-Westfield house at Manly.  In addition to his work with PBA, Brent has been a regular design studio critic at several local universities. He currently tutors in the Third Year Design Studio at the University of New South Wales.  Brent is a Registered Architect in New South Wales.  Brent became a director of BTB Architecture Studio in 2017.

Brent Trousdale

Brent Trousdale graduated with Honours from the University of Sydney in 1991. Before joining Paul Berkemeier Architect, Brent worked with Peter Stutchbury, Allan Jack + Cottier and Davenport Campbell as well as spending time as a builder on various construction projects with Shane Blue Architect.

Brent joined Paul Berkemeier’s practice in 1994 and has been Project Architect and team leader for all phases of a diverse range of work, including public, education, heritage, mult-storey commercial, retail, interiors and residential projects. He was the Project Architect for several of the practice’s award-winning buildings, including Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Kia-Ora Homestead in Scone, Collis-George Jackson house, Shear Outback, the restoration of the former Ashfield Post Office and the Nicholson-Westfield house at Manly.

In addition to his work with PBA, Brent has been a regular design studio critic at several local universities. He currently tutors in the Third Year Design Studio at the University of New South Wales.

Brent is a Registered Architect in New South Wales.

Brent became a director of BTB Architecture Studio in 2017.

Jason Border   Jason Border graduated with Honours from the University of Newcastle in 1997. He worked with the NSW Public Works Department gaining experience on a wide range of public buildings including the upgrade of the Overseas Passenger Terminal, the redevelopment of the No.1 Fire Station and various educational buildings.  In 2003 Jason joined MCK Architects where he later became an associate, working on a range of residential projects. Projects include the Newtown House, Carrington Road Affordable Housing and the Darling Point House. In 2011 the Darling Point House was awarded the NSW AIA Wilkinson Award for residential architecture.  In 2011 Jason established Local Studio. Working in collaboration and as a consultant to a number of award winning architectural practices including the NSW Government Architects Office, and Paul Berkemeier Architect.  Jason has been a sessional design tutor at the University of New South Wales since 2011. He currently tutors in the Second Year Design Studio at the University of New South Wales.  Jason became a director of BTB Architecture Studio in 2017.

Jason Border

Jason Border graduated with Honours from the University of Newcastle in 1997. He worked with the NSW Public Works Department gaining experience on a wide range of public buildings including the upgrade of the Overseas Passenger Terminal, the redevelopment of the No.1 Fire Station and various educational buildings.

In 2003 Jason joined MCK Architects where he later became an associate, working on a range of residential projects. Projects include the Newtown House, Carrington Road Affordable Housing and the Darling Point House. In 2011 the Darling Point House was awarded the NSW AIA Wilkinson Award for residential architecture.

In 2011 Jason established Local Studio. Working in collaboration and as a consultant to a number of award winning architectural practices including the NSW Government Architects Office, and Paul Berkemeier Architect.

Jason has been a sessional design tutor at the University of New South Wales since 2011. He currently tutors in the Second Year Design Studio at the University of New South Wales.

Jason became a director of BTB Architecture Studio in 2017.

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