Domenic Alvaro

Director, Global Design Leader

Dedicated to agitating traditional typologies, Domenic Alvaro is an architect who breaks from convention to unlock spatial potential. Having led projects in Australia, Europe and Asia, Domenic’s work refuses to be defined by a single typology – ranging from mixed use developments that redefine the way nature can be woven into a city, experiential large-scale transportation links, landmark commercial precincts, holistic masterplans and residential that defines the way we will live tomorrow.

Described as “one of the industry’s most original thinkers” the Woods Bagot Director and Global Design Leader consistently draws from the unique context of his projects to ensure one-of-a-kind outcomes that are true to their setting. From concept to completion, Domenic ensures that a project’s narrative breathes life and personality throughout – resulting in outcomes that are surprising and delightful down to the detail.

Domenic’s notable projects include the international competition winning scheme for landmark workplace precinct 55 Pitt Street, the podium reinvigoration of Sydney’s MLC Centre, integrated leisure complex and National AIA Harry Seidler Award-winning Ivy, complex pedestrian link Wynyard Walk and mixed-use development Short Lane. Domenic’s Small House and Paramount Office projects won World Architecture Festival awards in the House of the Year and Best Office categories respectively.

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