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Key Personnel

 

Michael Fox AM, B Arch, MTCP, FAIA, FPIA, ACAA is an accredited heritage architect, planner and access consultant with over 30 years of experience integrating access, architecture and heritage. He is a director of Access Australia and Michael Fox Architects (MFA) and Chair of Rights & Inclusion Australia, progressing more equitable and accessible housing.

National programs include the Sydney 2000 Games and international roles include extensive involvement in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), as RI Global President, New York, 2004 to 2008.

James Bowman B Arch, Master of Commerce, Advanced Diploma of Architectural Technology is an AA and MFA consultant architect.

James has extensive documentation and delivery experience, including education and health procurement and strategic management within a heritage context. 

James is an experimental research architect specialising in artificial intelligence and generative parametric design.

Joseph Kwan MH, Dip Arch (QIT), M Sc (Surrey), FRAIA, RIBA, FHKAI, Assoc AIA, Aff ACAA is an architect with over 36 years of experience in architectural practice in Australia, United Kingdom, France and 28 years in Hong Kong.

He specializes in universal design and access to the built environment, transportation and inclusive tourism.

Joseph experience includes Consultant to the United Nations - Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) on Non-Handicapping Environments for People with Disabilities, and Expert/Resource Person on Barrier Free Tourism in Asia and the Pacific.

 

 

 

Chris Legge-Wilkinson B Arch, B SC (Architecture) is a heritage architect with extensive heritage conservation experience in the ACT and NSW.

Recent and current heritage related programs include University of Sydney Campus Infrastructure, Sydney College of the Arts, UTS and a range of projects in the ACT, southern NSW and the Sydney Region.

Major University heritage and theatre programs include The Quadrangle, The Great Hall and the Seymour Centre.

Sue Salthouse B Ag Science, Dip Ed is an educator and disability rights promoter and has been intensively involved in the disability sector since 1995. She is a Director of Didactic Enterprises, and her activities in Central Australia, Nepal and Italy have applied her skills in a cultural context.

Sue is a member of the University of Canberra Council and Expert Panel advising the ACT government on transition to the NDIS. Sue was 2010 President of the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network and 2010 to 2012 President of WWDA (Women with Disabilities Australia).

 

 

Research & IT

Margaret Fox BA, MA, Grad. Dip. IM is a director of AA and MFA. Margaret manages research and IT, and has extensive research, planning and policy guidelines experience .

Since 1992 her extensive access experience has included planning reports and policy guidelines, together with initiation, management and field work associated with access audits, assessments and reports. She is a member of ACAA.

Nicholas Legge-Wilkinson BE Civil Engineering is an AA and MFA research assistant and was extensively involved in St Saviour's Cathedral including research in Sydney, Goulburn and Canberra during 2015 preparation of the MFA draft Conservation Management Plan (CMP) for the Cathedral.

 


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