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DIANA JONES

Lyons

SAY IT LOUD - Naarm Melbourne Exhibitor​
MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA Designer

Who or what inspires you professionally?

The opportunities to collaborate with my colleagues and clients, and to learn from them.

DIANA JONES

Bio:

Diana Jones is a Principal and Project Architect at Lyons, with a strong interest in how architecture frames people’s experiences and interactions—particularly those of tertiary students, educators and the public. She is experienced in the briefing, planning, documentation control and delivery of complex public and educational facilities across Australia.

How did you first learn about architecture and when did you decide that built environment profession was an area of interest for you?

When I was in high school, and was torn between loving art and design, and maths and physics.

What do you do?

I’m an architect, with a focus on functional briefing and planning for university facilities.

What excites you in the work you do?

Creating spaces that enable people to work, learn, discover and connect.

Who or what inspires you professionally?

The opportunities to collaborate with my colleagues and clients, and to learn from them.

 

What is your proudest professional accomplishment or achievement?

Being involved in the project I’m currently working on.

Featured Project Name: 

Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences

Featured Project Location: 

4 North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia

Featured Project Completion Date: 

Complete, 2017

Role in Featured Project: 

Architect

Featured Project Description:

Together with the Adelaide University, we designed the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences (AHMS) building to transform the university experience for researchers, students, teachers and the community. The final design promotes flexibility and collaboration across spaces and incorporates state of the art simulation based learning facilities. As a result, AHMS has positioned itself as a destination of choice for health and medical research, teaching and learning.

Photography Credit:

John Gollings