Still Space Architecture
Still Space Architecture

About

b. 1986, HK.

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Nina Still

B Sci. Arch, B Arch Hons 1 , RAIA, ARB 9333, ACA

 

PAssions :

Metal smithing, Gardening, sketching , diving, printmaking, building.

 

Still Space Architecture is a design focused practice, integrating landform, structure and landscape, using colour and craft to achieve tranquil environments.

Still Space Architects Pty Ltd was set up by Nina Still in 2015 with expertise in residential dwellings, multi-residential, civic buildings and public art.  

Nina Studied Architecture at the University of Sydney graduating in 1999 with First class honours. She has worked with leading practices in Sydney, Melbourne and London. She currently engages with many local Councils and has been involved with representation at The NSW Land and Environment Court.

Nina is a Registered Architect in NSW (ARB 9333), current member of the RAIA , The Board of Architects, and  Association of Consulting Architects.

Nina has always maintained a passion for Art and has continually practiced in the arts in the field of printmaking and object design. In Melbourne she undertook training at NMIT in silversmithing and metal fabrication to further understand materials and construction, undertaking a mentorship with contemporary Jeweller, Warwick Freeman in New Zealand. Nina consulted on the Pirramimma Garden Pavilion which was awarded the 2017 RAIA Robert Woodward Award for Small Projects.

Awards: Dulux Colour Awards, Noel Chettle Award, 2017 RAIA Robert Woodward Award for Small Projects

Nina has a diverse range of experience in design and construction and project delivery spanning 30 years, encompassing:

  • Residential, high density residential, mixed use

  • Masterplanning

  • Affordable housing, New generation boarding houses

  • Commercial

  • Exhibition design

  • Interior Design

  • Art Gallery design

  • Public Art

  • Workplace design

  • Aged care

  • Landscape concepts

  • Masterplanning

  • Retail design.

  • Fabrication management