Robert Ousey trained as an architect in the UK, with his early career spent in a small progressive architecture firm in London, working across a range of projects before moving to Australia to pursue new opportunities.
Robert’s experience ranges from traditional architectural commissions to the design and production of specialist façade and glazing systems, pre-fabricated building solutions and industrial products.Thisdiverse experiencehas allowed him to work across a number of large-scale projects, particularly in the aviation sector, combining his knowledge of manufacturing processes with his passion for delivering exceptional designs to create smart and sustainably designed buildings.
As a Principal at Architectus’ Sydney studio Robert occupies a leadership role in façade design. His recent work in this space includes designing the innovative double skin façade to the Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law in Brisbane and leading the Qantas Headquarters redevelopment and Sydney University Nanoscience Hub projects. He is currently overseeing the Wynyard Place and 100 Mount Street projects, as well as a range of aviation projects on the eastern seaboard of Australia.
Robert brings to projects manufacturing experience and a suite of technical knowledge, which helps him to transform his clients’ ideas into realities using specialist solutions.