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Virginia Kerridge
Formal CPD
1 Hour - FORMAL
Duration: 01:12:35
Virginia Kerridge’s work is inspiring in its beautiful combination of materials and harmonious integration with site. Virginia describes the manner in which painting and sculpture, particularly the work of Andy Goldsworthy, have influenced her architecture. By taking the listener through her rich body of architectural work, Virginia reveals a unique and powerful approach to texture, form, space and context.  
  • Have insight into a unique approach to spatial and formal concepts and the articulation of three-dimensional form.
  • Have an appreciation for the ability of sculpture and painting to provide an enriching architectural influence.
  • Have seen architectural examples which demonstrate that a sensitive response to site and nature can produce richer design.
  • Value the importance of a strong initial design concept.
Recognised by the NSW ARB, ARB of Victoria, BA of Qld, AB of WA, Work Stds Tas, APB of SA, PIA, AILA & BDA


    Virginia is the principal of Virginia Kerridge Architect, which she established in 1995. This practice has not only established itself as one of the significant design practices of contempory housing in Sydney, for both private and commercial development, including athletes housing for the Sydney 2000 Olympics village, but has also enjoyed acclaimed success in retail architecture. Virginia has tutored at UNSW in their Master of Design course, and UTS in Interior Design.

    Awards have included:

    • 2005 Interior Architecture commendation for House in the Trees
    • 2004 MBA Award for House in the Trees
    • Recent publications of Virginia’s  work include:
    • January 2005 British Elle Decoration (Cover story)
    • Monument 63 House in the Trees Parsley Bay
    • Monument 51 Castlecrag House
    • Monument 29 Cover story – Selection of works
    • Italian Elle Décor Guigno 2003 – Castlecrag House
    Prior to 1995, Virginia was a principal in the Kerridge Wallace Design Partnership, where she built her first significant new houses in Manly and Mosman, Sydney, and won several awards for her development of the Taylor Street warehouse project. These awards included the 1995 RAIA Merit Award for Architecture and the 1995 RAIA Presidents Award for Recycled Buildings

    Virginia has work overseas in London and in New York for Bonnie Roche & Associates, where she was privileged to work under the direction of Bonnie Roche on an apartment renovation for Paloma Picasso.