Tiffany Liew

M. Architecture
B. Design [ Architecture ]

Tiffany studied at the University of Sydney and on exchange at Lunds Universitet, Sweden.

Prior to Carter Williamson she gained experience working on a wide range of residential projects, planning feasibility studies and public projects. These included the Three Sisters Echo Point Visitor Centre, Bronte Beach Lifeguard Tower and a house in Marrickville.

Tiffany is a recipient of the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship, Ruskin Rowe Prize for Architecture, Bluescope Lysaght Prize for Architectural Design and Sunlord Perpetual Prize. She was also nominated as one of four students in the state for the NSW Architects Medallion. In 2016 she placed second in the international Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.

Tiffany continues to teach architectural design at the University of Sydney and enjoys making things in her spare time.

M. Architecture
B. Design [ Architecture ]

Tiffany studied at the University of Sydney and on exchange at Lunds Universitet, Sweden.

Prior to Carter Williamson she gained experience working on a wide range of residential projects, planning feasibility studies and public projects. These included the Three Sisters Echo Point Visitor Centre, Bronte Beach Lifeguard Tower and a house in Marrickville.

Tiffany is a recipient of the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship, Ruskin Rowe Prize for Architecture, Bluescope Lysaght Prize for Architectural Design and Sunlord Perpetual Prize. She was also nominated as one of four students in the state for the NSW Architects Medallion. In 2016 she placed second in the international Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.

Tiffany continues to teach architectural design at the University of Sydney and enjoys making things in her spare time.