A director of Other Architects, Grace Mortlock is an architect and curator. Her work explores strategies of spectacle and spatial transformation. Drawing on several years of experience as a project architect, she has intensive knowledge of construction, materials and detailing, and is expert in completing projects on time and to budget. In her previous role at Dunn and Hillam Architects, Grace oversaw the renovation of Sydney’s Artspace gallery and the completion of numerous residential projects. She was part of the design team for the masterplan of Ormiston Gorge camping ground as part of a series of large scale works by the Northern Territory State Government and Parks and Wildlife around Alice Springs.
2018 Architect in Residence at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, Grace was co-curator (with Fleur Watson) and designer of the 2016 RMIT Design Hub exhibition Occupied. In 2014 she was awarded the Ascham Leadership Scholarship. She has lectured extensively, including at Dallas’ Southern Methodist University and Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University. Together with David Neustein, she leads annual Master of Architecture design studios at the University of Technology, Sydney, exploring new paradigms for funerary complexes, server facilities and fulfilment centres.
NSW ARB 9875