Nic MacCormac


Nic received a Bachelor of Applied Science (Architecture) in 1996, followed by a Bachelor of Architecture in 1998 where he graduated with honours from Curtin University. He was the winner of the 1997 Royal Australian Institute of Architects drawing prize.  He has worked on international projects including the NATO Headquarters in Brussels and the Swiss-Re Tower in London. Notable local projects with which Nicholas has been involved include St Thomas More College Student Accommodation, One Mill Street Apartments, Stirling Cross Mixed-Use Development, St Andrews Apartments, the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre, the Old Swan Brewery Redevelopment and the UWA Research and Development Centre for Motorola.

Nic has extensive experience in all aspects of architecture including design, documentation, contract administration and practice management. Nic is a committee member of the Association of Consulting Architects WA (ACA) and the AIA-WA BIM Practice Subcommittee.

Some of the additional roles he performed within other practices included quality assurance, information technology systems management, website content management, software management, data management, BIM implementation and Revit protocol and template development.

He is an advanced software user with programs including Autodesk Revit and AutoCAD. In early 2013, Nic joined Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland as a Senior Architect and was made Associate in 2015, significantly contributing to key projects in the studio.