NBRS welcomes Alison Huynh and Erin Arthur who are working in the studios of Rodney Drayton and Andrew Duffin.
Alison recently completed her Master of Architecture degree at the University of Sydney and expanded her horizons with a semester abroad in the Netherlands. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge in designing health buildings and has joined the NBRS ARCHITECTURE team to assist Director Rodney Drayton with various types of projects within the Health and Justice sectors.
During her time off on the weekends, Alison divides her time between family and friends, often heading to the beach, exploring the bush, and walking, cycling or kayaking. She has an unhealthy addiction to Italian and Indian food, but her favourite food group consists of wine and cheese. In the future, Alison dreams of adding Japan, India and South America to her list of places travelled.
Erin comes to NBRS after finishing her Bachelors of Architectural Design at the University of Queensland in 2014 where she also studied Regional and Town Planning. Erin will be working alongside Director Andrew Duffin on a range of projects in Education and Church sectors.
An avid Greek and Italian food lover, Erin’s favourite place she has visited is Venice, Italy where she explored the historical buildings, beautiful canals, and enjoyed the lack of cars in comparison to Sydney. If she isn’t at the gym, you can probably find Erin at a Greek restaurant or watching the Soccer as she spent 6 years playing competitively and casually.