Julie Niass

Associate – Interiors

B. Design [ Architecture ] 

Julie’s interest in architecture has grown from her love of maths and art; a passion for sketching and the world around her. She started working at Carter Williamson in 2011 after completing a Bachelor of Design in Architecture at the University of Sydney.

In 2012, Julie moved to the United Kingdom where she joined the London-based firm Ellis-Miller. Her love and appreciation of the built environment was instilled by her travels during a two-year period away. Julie witnessed how architecture shaped the identity of place and encouraged people to lead richer lives. It was this inherent power to initiate change and influence well-being that took Julie’s interest. Julie continues to explore how our environment can improve the lifestyles of the world’s people and assist the communities in which they live.

Spending much time in the Blue Mountains, Julie has a love of nature and appreciates the role of architecture in responding soundly to it. She is excited about the future of architecture and its responsibility as we move to a more sustainable future.

More recently, Julie has adopted a new role within the office, Lead of Interior Architecture, in which she develops, collaborates and implements the interior treatment of each project. Julie appreciates the role details play in creating, defining and enriching space. She is excited about exploring opportunities and realising design concepts to make our spaces even more special.

Associate – Interiors

B. Design [ Architecture ] 

Julie’s interest in architecture has grown from her love of maths and art; a passion for sketching and the world around her. She started working at Carter Williamson in 2011 after completing a Bachelor of Design in Architecture at the University of Sydney.

In 2012, Julie moved to the United Kingdom where she joined the London-based firm Ellis-Miller. Her love and appreciation of the built environment was instilled by her travels during a two-year period away. Julie witnessed how architecture shaped the identity of place and encouraged people to lead richer lives. It was this inherent power to initiate change and influence well-being that took Julie’s interest. Julie continues to explore how our environment can improve the lifestyles of the world’s people and assist the communities in which they live.

Spending much time in the Blue Mountains, Julie has a love of nature and appreciates the role of architecture in responding soundly to it. She is excited about the future of architecture and its responsibility as we move to a more sustainable future.

More recently, Julie has adopted a new role within the office, Lead of Interior Architecture, in which she develops, collaborates and implements the interior treatment of each project. Julie appreciates the role details play in creating, defining and enriching space. She is excited about exploring opportunities and realising design concepts to make our spaces even more special.