Adjunct Professor Robert Morris-Nunn is regarded as one of Tasmania’s most adventurous and respected architects. He has practiced in Tasmania for over 25 years, taking a special interest in the social impact of architecture and collaborative design processes that often integrate innovative structural ideas.
Robert is the principal design architect. His most recent projects include the Saffire Resort on Tasmania’s Freycinet Peninsula, the redevelopment of the IXL Henry Jones Art Hotel, and the conversion of the Princes Wharf No.1 Shed Redevelopment on Hobart’s waterfront.
He is the most awarded architect in Tasmania, and his work has been illustrated in numerous national and international publications. He was appointed as Adjunct Professor at the School of Architecture, University of Tasmania in 2009.