Bryce appointed as AAA patron

October 26, 2010

Michael Bryce appointed patron of the Australian Architecture Association.

The Australian Architecture Association (AAA) has appointed architect and designer HE Michael Bryce as its Patron.

The AAA aims to promote architecture to Australian communities and has appointed the Australian architect and designer following his international success for his work in graphic, urban and environmental design.

Bryce’s practice, which continues today as Minale Bryce Design Strategy, was established in 1968 and has received awards for graphic and environmental design. The practice has been recognised with honours including the RAIA (QLD) Civic Design Award, the House of the Year Award and the RAIA President’s Award.

Bryce was Federal President of the Industrial Design Institute of Australia from 1979 to 1983 and was a member of the Design Board and the Design Council. He has received Life Fellowships of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects and the Design Institute of Australia. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and was inducted into the Australian Design Hall of Fame in 2006.

He was the principal design adviser for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and has completed design work for a number of other sports teams and organisations. Bryce has also been awarded Honorary Doctorates from the Universities of Queensland and Canberra and is currently Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Design at the University of Canberra.


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