Tiffany is a registered architect, sessional academic and current Co-Chair of the AIA EmAGN NSW Committee. She works with an incredibly talented team at Andrew Burns Architecture to deliver thoughtfully-considered projects in close collaboration with clients and consultants. Over the years she has gained experience working across a wide range of scales and project types, including community, cultural, bespoke residential and multi-residential projects, and town-planning feasibility studies.

She studied at the University of Sydney and at the Lunds Universitet, Sweden, graduating with Honours in 2016. She has been awarded several architectural design prizes, commendations, and scholarships; and, was nominated for the NSW Architect’s Medallion.

Parallel to practice, she has taught architectural design studios and interiors at the University of Sydney and UTS. Tiffany is also Co-Chair of the AIA EmAGN NSW Committee which seeks to promote and advocate for emerging architects. She is also a committee member for the AIA National Committee for Gender Equity and an Editorial Working Group member for the Architecture Bulletin journal.

NSW Architect’s Medallion Nomination, NSW Architects Registration Board, 2016
Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship, with Ana Subotic & Tye McBride, NSW ARB, 2016
ATW International Tapestry Design Prize for Architects, 2nd Prize, 2016
Ruskin Rowe Prize for Architecture, University of Sydney, 2016
Bluescope Lysaght Prize in Architectural Design, University of Sydney, 2016
Sunlord Perpetual Prize for Architectural Design, University of Sydney, 2016
Dulux Colour Awards Commendation, Student Category, 2013
Educative Initiative or Design Solution for an Innovative Program, Award, Association for Learning Environments, NBRS DET Project, 2015
Dean’s List of Academic Excellence, University of Sydney, 2010-11, 14-15
Education Initiative or Design Solution for an Innovative Program, Regional Commendation, Association for Learning Environments, NBRS Research, 2011
Dean’s Outstanding Merit Scholarship, Faculty of Architecture, 2010

Andrew Burns Architecture | Architect, 2019 – current
Carter Williamson Architects | Graduate, 2018 – 2019
Breakspear Architects | Graduate, 2015 – 2018
Aileen Sage and Michelle Tabet | Student Assistant for ‘The Pool‘,
Australian Exhibit at the Venice Biennale, 2015
NBRS Architecture | Student of Architecture, Casual, 2010 – 2014

University of Sydney | Sessional Academic, Architecture and Environments, 2017 –
University of Technology, Sydney | Sessional Academic, Architecture and Interiors, 2019

Australian Institute of Architects EmAGN NSW Committee | Co-Chair, 2020 –
Australian Institute of Architects EmAGN NSW Committee | Member, 2019
Architecture Bulletin | Editorial Working Group Member, 2019 –
National Committee for Gender Equity (NCGE) | Committee Member, 2020 –

NSW Registered Architect 10896
M(Arch) Hons, University of Sydney
M(Arch) Exchange, Lunds Universitet, Sweden
BDes(Arch), University of Sydney
AMusA (Piano Performance), 2008

SONA NSW & ACT Superstudio Competition, Jury Member, 2020
AIA NSW Emerging Architect Prize, Jury Member, 2020
AIA NSW Student Architecture Awards, Jury Member, 2020
SONA NSW Superstudio Competition, Jury Member, 2019

‘Building more responsibly’, interview with carbon-neutral builders | Architecture Bulletin, Vol. 76, No. 3, 2019
‘En Masse’, collage series | Caliper Journal, Issue 04, ‘Sample’, 2018
Byera Hadley Research Publication, ‘The Loop: Reflections on the Pool’, Design Book, 2017
Honors Research Thesis, ‘Poised Ephemera in the Cultural Cosmos’, Comprising of a research paper, 55 exquisite corpses, 55 Dada-ist poems, and 55 collages, 2015
‘The Learning Continuum’, NBRS Architecture ENVISION Research Publication, 2011.

APE Part 3 Interview Briefing, Panellist | NSW ARB, 2020
‘Midday, Monday’, Session Moderator | Parlour, 2020
Guest Lecture, Bachelor of Architecture and Environments | University of Sydney, 2018
Education Future Forum (EFF) Speaker on the architecture of ‘Future Places’ | McCrindle Research, Sydney & Melbourne Conferences, 2011

Street Count Volunteer | City of Sydney, 2019 –
Reconciliation Conversations Volunteer | AIA, 2019
AIA Mentoring Program | AIA, 2018 –
Wingara Mura Summer Stay – Architecture Workshop Volunteer | University of Sydney, 2014

‘Yam Daisies at Gipsy Point’, Group exhibition for the Urban Edge Art Prize | Chrissie Cotter Gallery, 2019
‘Venice: Ciclo Continuo, The Loop’, Group exhibition with Ana Subotic & Tye McBride | Tin Sheds Gallery, 2017
Sustainable Urban Landscape Design Exhibition and organiser | Faculty of Architecture, Lunds Universitet, Sweden
Super Sydney Sketches Exhibition, Group exhibition | Sydney Architecture Festival, 2013
Noel Chettle Art Exhibition, ‘Veils I, II & III’, Group Exhibition| University of Sydney, 2011-12, 2014
Re-Seat, ‘Strip’, Group object design exhibition | Mils Gallery, 2011
‘Waverton Peninsula: Ideas Exhibition’, Landscape architecture group exhibition | North Sydney Council, 2011

Tiffany acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation who are the traditional custodians of the land that she works from. She pays her respects to their elders, past and present, and extends her respects to other First Nations people.