Julie Lipsett is an award-winning architect practicing in the Byron Bay hinterland village of Federal in NSW, Australia
Specialising in residential and community buildings, site planning, interiors, contract administration and public art
Julie works closely with her clients to develop dedicated design solutions, and to provide comfortable and livable homes for families of all shapes and sizes. Her work demonstrates her skill in using a wide palette of materials.
Julie has extensive experience designing medium to large projects both here and overseas. School projects are a particular specialty and in 2002 as a project architect for national firm Woods Bagot she won the Royal Australian Institute of Architects ACT Chapter's Best Public Building Award for Merici College Gymnasium.
As a project architect with the National Capital Authority in Canberra from 2000-2004, Julie was involved in major public art projects including the RAAF Memorial, Reconciliation Place and relocating Sydney Olympic sculptures to the AIS.