BArchDes, MArch (UQ)
Adelaide Hampson graduated from the University of Queensland in 2018. She was named a Birrell Scholar for being in the top 5% of the final year cohort, and received the Peter Hale Cox Architecture Prize for achieving the highest GPA (6.6) across Practice, Technology and Design. Adelaide also received 3 Dean’s Commendations for Academic Excellence. In January 2019, she attended the Ozetecture Summer School under Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury and Lindsay Johnston, and a summer semester in India with an Academic Achievement Travel Grant.
During her study years, Adelaide worked at Richard Kirk Architects from 2017 to 2018, and was the Administration Assistant for the Office of the Archbishop, Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane.
Adelaide has made significant design contributions to The Lanes on the Gold Coast, a crafted brick dining and retail village, to Gympie Civic and Cultural Precinct Master Plan, and to the National Rugby Training Centre at Ballymore. Adelaide was the lead designer of our competition-winning scheme for Dalby Town Square, a new civic and social heart of this western Queensland town.
Adelaide was the lead urban designer for our South Bank Master Plan (Southern Precinct) for South Bank Corporation. Adelaide has great ability to engage with clients and stakeholders and has a hugely successful career ahead of her.
Architecture is a setting for life - for human connection, shelter from the elements, dreaming for the future. I am honoured to be part of a profession with such a rich history and universal language.