Tiffany Liew

NSW Registered Architect 10896
M. Architecture
B. Design (Architecture)

Tiffany studied at the University of Sydney and on exchange at the Lunds Universitet, Sweden, graduating with Honours.  Prior to Carter Williamson she worked on a wide range of residential projects, planning feasibility studies and public projects.

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, awarded 2nd Prize for the 2016 ATW International Tapestry Design Prize for Architects, and was commended for her student work in the 2013 Dulux Colour Awards.

Tiffany is passionate about mentoring the future of our profession, teaching and critiquing for architectural design studios at the University of Sydney and University of Technology, Sydney.

Tiffany also advocates for the value of architecture to the broader public through her involvement as an active AIA EmAGN NSW Committee member and contributing to the NSW Architecture Bulletin through being a part of the Editorial Working Group.

Tiffany has exhibited and published architectural proposals and various artworks over the years, including a group exhibition at the Tin Sheds Gallery.  She has also given a guest lecture at the University of Sydney and at McCrindle’s Education Future Forums in Melbourne and Sydney for her research into secondary school spaces, which was awarded a CEFPI Commendation in 2011.

NSW Registered Architect 10896
M. Architecture
B. Design (Architecture)

Tiffany studied at the University of Sydney and on exchange at the Lunds Universitet, Sweden, graduating with Honours.  Prior to Carter Williamson she worked on a wide range of residential projects, planning feasibility studies and public projects.

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, awarded 2nd Prize for the 2016 ATW International Tapestry Design Prize for Architects, and was commended for her student work in the 2013 Dulux Colour Awards.

Tiffany is passionate about mentoring the future of our profession, teaching and critiquing for architectural design studios at the University of Sydney and University of Technology, Sydney.

Tiffany also advocates for the value of architecture to the broader public through her involvement as an active AIA EmAGN NSW Committee member and contributing to the NSW Architecture Bulletin through being a part of the Editorial Working Group.

Tiffany has exhibited and published architectural proposals and various artworks over the years, including a group exhibition at the Tin Sheds Gallery.  She has also given a guest lecture at the University of Sydney and at McCrindle’s Education Future Forums in Melbourne and Sydney for her research into secondary school spaces, which was awarded a CEFPI Commendation in 2011.