Steve Woodland is one of two principal directors in our Perth office and its lead design director.
The array of major public projects that Steve has designed is expansive and significant, both in Western Australia and internationally, the latter exemplified by his winning of the Oman Renaissance Museum international competition.
Exemplary Western Australian cultural projects include the Albany Entertainment Centre, the Western Australian Maritime Museum, and the Kings Street Arts Centre in Perth. His corporate and commercial work includes the Office of the Premier and Cabinet Room, the Park Place mixed use tower in Dubai and the Royal Automobile Club Headquarters in Perth. Significant education and research projects are the United Arab Emirates Crescent Building at UAE University and the University of Western Australia Research and Development Centre. Justice is a further specialisation and includes the Perth District Courts, Fremantle Justice Complex and Rockingham Justice Complex in Western Australia.
Steve is a member of our national Cox Transport architecture team and has designed major transit stations at Glendalough and Stirling in Perth, and Dandenong in Victoria, as well as the Palmyra Bus Depot in Perth.
Steve has received numerous individual awards including the Gold Award from the Quaternario Foundation in Italy and the Trophee Archizinc Prix Special in Paris. He has served two terms as Western Australian Government Architect, reporting directly to the Premier and Treasurer.
- Oman Across Ages Museum
- Optus Stadium
- Perth Children’s Hospital
- Applecross Senior High School Redevelopment
- Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex
- nib Stadium (Perth Rectangular Stadium Redevelopment Stage 1)
- Albany Entertainment Centre
- District Court of Western Australia
- Batavia Coast Maritime Institute
- Challenger Institute of Technology – Maritime Campus
- Western Australian Maritime Museum
- St. Thomas More College