Linda Phung is a heritage consultant with a background in interior architecture. She holds a Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours) from the University of New South Wales.
Linda has experience in undertaking research and architectural analysis, and preparing reports, presentations and drawings. Prior to joining GML, Linda was a junior drafter at a design and engineering consultancy firm, where she further developed her knowledge of architecture, construction and mechanical systems. She prepared documents for development applications on a range of public, commercial and heritage projects.
Through her industry experience and university studies, Linda has developed an understanding of architectural theory, design principles, history and heritage. She completed her graduation project on the adaptive re-use of White Bay Power Station.
Linda is highly skilled in architectural drafting, 3D modelling, rendering, hand sketching and visualisation. She also has experience in the use of Adobe Creative Cloud applications such as InDesign, Photoshop and After Effects.
Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours), University of New South Wales