Liam is a recognised figure in Queensland and Australian architecture, having made a strong and consistent contribution to architecture and urban design since establishing his architectural practice in 1990. Liam has developed a vibrant design culture at bureau^proberts, positioning the practice at the forefront of innovative solutions for subtropical living and urban and cultural renewal.
Since commencing architectural practice 25 years ago, Liam has focused on creating unique and valued architecture for his clients and the region. He has experience across many project types including residential housing, educational facilities and significant public projects. His strong contextual approach to design is underpinned by a robust commercial awareness.
Liam’s work includes landmark projects such as M&A urban precinct, Saville apartments and hotel, and SILT apartments (shortlisted in the World Architecture Forum and published by Phaidon). His creative direction of cultural projects is unique and internationally relevant with an approach that champions artist collaboration and progressive technology and materials to create an expressive architecture. This has led to collaboration with artists such as Idris Khan, Daniel Tobin and Sandra Selig in producing works including the National Police Memorial Canberra, The Brisbane Powerhouse Masterplan and Wahat Al Karama (by bureau^proberts and UAP) in Saudi Arabia.
As Managing and Creative Director of bureau^proberts, Liam is committed to producing excellent outcomes for clients.