Principal and Director
Professor Gerard Reinmuth is one of the founding Directors of TERROIR. He is the Principal in charge of the Sydney and Copenhagen offices and has a key design role on all major projects in the Australian and Danish offices, including 86-88 George Street, Commonwealth Place Amenities, Peppermint Bay, Maitland Bowls, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Student Housing in Aarhus and the winning competition scheme “Tornhuset” in Malmo (Sweden) for the World Maritime University (United Nations).. Gerard is also a Director of the company.
Gerard has established a reputation for his insightful design thinking and his ability to think and work strategically at a number of scales. It is this work and his connected thinking and writing regarding the role of the architect and future of the profession that led to his appointment to the University of Technology, Sydney, as Professor of Practice in 2011.
Gerard has also made significant contributions to the profession, including significant positions related to design issues on the Australian Institute of Architects, including juror for the Australian Institute of Architects National Awards (2007), Creative Director of the National Architecture Conference in Melbourne, Parallax in 2009 (in association with all TERROIR Directors) and was Creative Director (with Anthony Burke) for the 2012 Venice Biennale of Architecture (Australian Pavilion).
Gerard’s extensive design activity, both inside and outside the practice, and both in Australia and overseas, ensures that every TERROIR project is designed in the context of international design theory and practice.
2007 Master of Architecture (RMIT, Melbourne)
1996 B. Arch, University of Sydney (Honours Class 1 and Medal)
1992 B. Env. Design (Tasmania)
MEMBERSHIPS AND APPOINTMENTS
Committee Member and Founding Member, Australian Architecture Association
Chapter Councillor, Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter
Juror, 2007 National RAIA Awards
Competition Organiser, About Face, 2007
Adjunct Professor, UTS, 2005 -
Juror, 2006 National RAIA Student Awards
Guest Critic, numerous Universities nationally
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