Sam Perversi-Brooks

Melbourne / Australia

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Sam Perversi-Brooks
Perversi-Brooks Architects founder Sam Perversi-Brooks has a Master of Architecture from RMIT University, and was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects Graduation Prize, and the RMIT Anne Butler Medal recognising design excellence for his thesis project.

Sam also holds a BArch, and Diploma of Building Design and Drafting from RMIT.

Prior to establishing Perversi-Brooks Architects, Sam worked with an award winning Melbourne-based Architectural practice for 8 years on the briefing, design, coordination and delivery of large scale projects within the education, research, commercial and civic sectors. This broad-ranging experience helped form a holistic view of the design and delivery of complex projects including:

- Swanston Academic Building - RMIT Building 80.
- Latrobe Institute of Molecular Sciences.
- College of Sciences at ANU.
- '41X' - The headquarters for the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects.

Sam was born in Melbourne and lived in New York City at a young age before moving to Tasmania where he spent most of his childhood. He moved back to Melbourne to study in 2001.

Always interested and engaged in expanding design ideas and knowledge within the broader discipline, Sam teaches within the Architecture department at RMIT University, he is also a regular guest critic at the University of Melbourne and Monash University.

Perversi-Brooks Architects actively fosters a collaborative business model, working with a large network of creative and talented individuals and businesses to provide the capability to successfully, and efficiently, deliver projects large and small.
Sam  Perversi-Brooks
Sam Perversi-Brooks
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Perversi-Brooks Architects founder Sam Perversi-Brooks has a Master of Architecture from RMIT University, and was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects Graduation Prize, and the RMIT Anne Butler Medal recognising design excellence for his thesis project. Sam also holds a BArch, and Diploma of Building Design and Drafting from RMIT. Prior to establishing Perversi-Brooks Architects, Sam worked with an award winning Melbourne-based Architectural practice for 8 years on the briefing, design, coordination and delivery of large scale projects within the education, research, commercial and civic sectors. This broad-ranging experience helped form a holistic view of the design and delivery of complex projects including: - Swanston Academic Building - RMIT Building 80. - Latrobe Institute of Molecular Sciences. - College of Sciences at ANU. - '41X' - The headquarters for the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects. Sam was born in Melbourne and lived in New York City at a young age before moving to Tasmania where he spent most of his childhood. He moved back to Melbourne to study in 2001. Always interested and engaged in expanding design ideas and knowledge within the broader discipline, Sam teaches within the Architecture department at RMIT University, he is also a regular guest critic at the University of Melbourne and Monash University. Perversi-Brooks Architects actively fosters a collaborative business model, working with a large network of creative and talented individuals and businesses to provide the capability to successfully, and efficiently, deliver projects large and small.