Fluid, dynamic and flexible, heritage places can coexist with innovative architecture for striking design, world-class sustainability outcomes and public engagement with a site’s past and future. I’m interested in how heritage conservation, interpretation and adaptive re-use can help build the cities of tomorrow.
Annabelle Tanuwidjojo, Graduate Consultant, has a background in interior architecture, museums and heritage. Annabelle holds a Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours) from the University of New South Wales, having completed her dissertation on adaptive re-use and the interpretation of house museums. She is also currently undertaking a Master of Heritage Conservation, with a focus on the revival of heritage buildings into contemporary uses.
Through her tertiary education and industry experience, Annabelle has developed skills in heritage significance assessments and the production of heritage impact statements and conservation management plans. In addition to her experience working with cultural heritage institutions, such as the National Trust of Australia and Sydney Living Museums, Annabelle was a contributing editor of the abstracts of the 2016 ICOMOS International Scientific Symposium Post-Disaster Reconstruction in Istanbul. She also has an interest in World Heritage management and interpretation.
Since joining GML, Annabelle has supported the Heritage Places team by undertaking the role of GML Proposals Coordinator.