Casey Vallance is a Design Leader in our Brisbane office.
Casey graduated as the top student in architecture at the University of Queensland in 2003, winning also the inaugural Peter Hale Prize which gave him an offer of employment with Cox Architecture in Brisbane.
With his wife Rebekah, Casey won the World Architecture Festival House of the Year in 2013 for their house in Brisbane’s Paddington.
Casey was the design and project architect for the SW1 mixed use precinct in South Bank which won the Australia Award for Urban Design in 2011. He designed the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in the Winton region of central Queensland which won the AIA Queensland Public Architecture Award and the concrete Institute of Australia’s Kevin Cavanagh Medal.
Casey’s versatility is demonstrated by tertiary education, research, residential, commercial and cultural projects. In higher education, he designed the zero-carbon Sir Samuel Griffith Centre at Griffith University and The University of Queensland Oral Health Centre in Brisbane, winners of the World Inside Festival Award for Education and Health in 2015. Other projects include the Rooty Hill RSL Club Performing Arts Centre in Sydney, the LUME Residential Apartment Building in Brisbane’s Kangaroo Point, and the Gold Coast Airport Redevelopment in Cooloongatta.