BArch (Hons), BSc (Arch), ARAIA, PCA
Vince currently resides in Beijing China as Asia Executive Chairman, and over the last three years has grown the region to over 220 staff with many completed key projects and over 30 under construction.
He applies his strong business background to the region, having vast international experience throughout Asia, Australia, China and the Middle East.
His designs are contemporary in nature, harmonising architecture and interior environments that reflect local culture, stimulating the senses, imagination and intellect.
His work combines a rigorous and systematic approach applied at every level, from large scale projects to more intimate spaces. With an eye to attaining an uncompromised solution to meet functionality, timing and budget considerations. Vince has a clear understanding of how to extract value from built facilities whilst contributing to the excellence of their design.
Vince's creativity is always balanced by a high degree of commercial acumen, strong financial and project management skills and fostering client-focused relationships based on mutual respect and honesty and a personal goal to ensure they receive the best professional service at all times.
- Beijing CBD Sunshine Headquarters, China- Beijing CCTV interiors, China- Beijing Top Win Penthouses, China- Beijing Z Park office, China- Xiamen MGM Hotel Cruise Port, China - Beijing Dongba New Masterplan, China- Yuntaishun Master plan - China Southern Airport City, Guangzhou, China- Shijiazhuang International Exhibition & Convention Centre, - Pingu Beijing Snow Hotel & Ski Resort, China- Mangrove Tree Hotel & Tourism Development, Conghua, China- Z Hotel, Foshan, China- SS100 Changsha Residential Towers, China- Australian Embassy Beijing residence & apartments, China- Chengdu Australian consular office Interiors - Electrolux office Interiors, Sydney, Australia- Sydney Opera House Interiors- Macquarie Group, Shelley Street Sydney, Australia- Qantas First, Business, Chairman & Domestic Lounges in Sydney, Melbourne, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Narita, Auckland, Christchurch, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra & Adelaide
WARP Speed: Mach 1 - Airports of the FuturePublic Booklet #2 (2012) Woods Bagot Research Press ©
Safe Haven"Air travel is still on the increase despite the prediction that technology would minimise the need for people to travel"Public #1, Spatial Tactics (2006) WB Research Press
Subtropical Villas"Woods Bagot was one of the architecture firms invited to design housing in Australia"Public #4, 21st Century Guide to Life (2008) WB Research Press
The Big Picture"The new age of cinema revisits its early avant-garde roots"Public #4, 21st Century Guide to Life (2008) WB Research Press
First Class Traveller"High end travel in the twenty-first century has wider reach than ever before"Public #4, 21st Century Guide to Life (2008) WB Research Press