Smith appointed city architect

NEDLANDS-BASED architect Craig Smith has joined the City of Perth as its city architect, a newly created part-time role to help the council achieve best architectural outcomes in new developments. The Craig Smith Architect principal has been practicing for more than 30 years and is a fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects. Mr Smith has also represented the profession on the federal government’s Development Assessment Forum. City of Perth CEO Frank Edwards said the new position would help council pursue its goals of high quality architectural designs in new buildings and public spaces in the city. He said Mr Smith would work cooperatively with developers, architects in the early design stage of projects, and liaise on state government projects. Mr Smith will maintain his private practice while in the new two-year post.

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