Sam Small

Sam has experience in health, commercial, and residential architecture as well as masterplanning and urban design. He works across all project stages and has been involved in digital design coordination, user group co-design, architectural design, and construction documentation for many of MAAP’s recent projects including Jacaranda Place, winner of the best mental health project at the 2020 IADH Awards.


Sam led the introduction of dRofus as a standard data management and design tool on all MAAP projects. He is responsible for managing office BIM standards and implementing BIM workflows across the project lifecycle, from pre-planning and project briefing through design and construction to the delivery of robust record data for post-occupancy evaluation and asset management.

 

He is passionate about simple, sustainable, and durable architecture driven by effective user collaboration and an evidence-based design approach. Parallel to practice, he spent several years as a researcher in contemporary architecture at the University of Sydney and has presented to conferences in Australia and the UK.

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Qualifications

M. Architecture
B. Design in Architecture

Professional Associations

Australian Institute of Architects
Australian Health Design Council

BuildingSMART Australasia

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