Samuel Small

Sam joined MAAP Architects full time in 2017, building on several years of experience working with Sydney-based architecture and urban design firms and in private practice. He was previously a researcher at the University of Sydney, in which capacity he has presented to conferences in Australia and the UK and held several editorial and curatorial roles.

As an architectural designer and BIM coordinator, his involvement spans master planning and concept design through to design development and construction documentation. He is highly skilled in several design and documentation programs, including Revit, dRofus, Rhinoceros, and AutoCAD, and lead the establishment of dRofus as a standard data management and design tool on all MAAP projects.


Selected Projects

Adolescent Mental Health Extended Treatment Centre (AETC),The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane, QLD, 2016 - 2020

Ipswich Hospital Redevelopment, QLD, 2018 - 2019
Queensland Proton Therapy and Research Centre, QLD, 2018
Hamad Medical Corporation Psychiatric Hospital, Doha, Qatar, 2018
Adolescent Mental Health Extended Treatment Facility, QLD, 2017
East Cumberland Hospital Mental Health Relocation Stage 1, NSW, 2017
The Prince Charles Hospital Masterplan, QLD, 2017

Children’s Hospital Faisalabad Third Party Validation, Pakistan, 2017
Al Wakra Respite and Recovery Centre Concept Design, Doha, Qatar, 2015


B. Design in Architeture

M. Architecture

Professional Associations

Australian Institute of Architects


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