After graduating from a Bachelor of Architecture at Monash University and her Masters of Architecture at the University of Melbourne Sienna worked at the international architecture firm Grimshaw for 5 years and they designed the award winning Eden Project in Cornwall and closer to home Southern Cross Station in Melbourne. They specialised in sustainable architecture. Sienna was working on a variety of sustainability projects and studied permaculture with the famous Milkwood in NSW. Her interest in health and architecture lead her to study the EMF aspect of Building Biology which is a hot topic at the moment as people want to live in homes with the least amount of man made invasion. Her projects follow the health aspect of architecture, looking at how architecture through design and material can be a preventative medicine in the 21st century lifestyle and this is why she uses hemp in her design.
he photos above are of the Coburg Tafe College in Melbourne. These are the foyer, community kitchen and stair well upstairs.
Sienna has been focusing on regenerative and sustainable design and can incorporate hempcrete walls into most designs. The thermal properties and sustainable aspect of hemp have lead her to be a speaker in forums and webinars for : ihempVictoria Inc Association and the yearly Global hemp Summit. If you would like Sienna to give a talk for a community or private group email her. firstname.lastname@example.org or if you would like to engage a discussion about designing a healthy home email her on email@example.com.
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