Adam Perring

Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Adam Perring

Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Digital Implementation, Architecture and Landscape Enthusiast

With nearly five experience in the industry acting as an Architectural Graduate, I have taken a leading role in the coordination and development of architectural drawings, client consultations, competition submissions, concept development/design, research and community engagement.

I am an active participant in architectural discourse and the progression of student amenity through my involvement as treasurer in Architect’s Anonymous, the student guild at Queensland University of Technology. Also, as a member of a research collective at QUT, I was a key member of a research project based on the effects camp infrastructure can have on mining workers. The discourse was recently published in the December Issue of the highly regarded Australian Journal of Rural Health, Psychology in the Bush.

Graduated in 2015 with a Masters of Architecture from Queensland University of Technology, majoring in architectural studies and completing minors in Landscape Architecture and Collaborative Digital Design.

With interests in parametrically driven solutions and environmentally focused designs, I hope to incorporate these into a holistic and creative approach to resolve difficult problems.


- Featured 2013 Brisbane Ideas Fiesta

- Shortlist 2012 Brisbane Ideas Competition

- Featured 2012 Bouncing Back Exhibition

-Featured at the 2009 Student Exhibition for Landscape Architecture at the State Library of Queensland


Perring, A., Pham, K., Snow, S. and Buys, L. (2014), Investigation into the effect of infrastructure on fly-in fly-out mining workers. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 22: 323–327. doi: 10.1111/ajr.12117

  • Work
    • OPUS Architecture
  • Education
    • QUT