Tiffany Liew

Architect
Andrew Burns Architecture

Tiffany is the current National EmAGN President and architect at Andrew Burns Architecture, where she leads an education project with a sustainability and adventure-focussed agenda.

In her role as EmAGN President, she oversees nine committees and approximately 120 committee members across Australia. EmAGN seeks to advocate for, support, and represent emerging architects and graduates within 15 years of graduation, as part of the Institute of Architects.

Tiffany is the recipient of several architectural prizes, including the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship, Ruskin Rowe Prize for Architecture, Bluescope Lysaght Prize for Architectural Design, and Sunlord Perpetual Prize. She was also nominated for the NSW Architects Medallion and was awarded 2nd Prize for the 2016 ATW International Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.

In 2021 she co-curated ‘Emergence’, an exhibition celebrating decades of Byera Hadley architectural research projects with over thirty-five exhibitors. The exhibition continued to run during COVID with an online digital twin and online public program featuring 20 speakers, after an in-person opening that saw hundreds of people get together.

Tiffany has taught architectural design studios at the University of Sydney and University of Technology, Sydney, and regularly attends presentations as a guest critic. Tiffany also contributes to the Architecture Bulletin as part of the Editorial Committee.

Tiffany is Sydney-based and acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. She pays her respects to Elders past, present, and emerging.

Location
NSW
Interested in
Public speaking, Juries, Sessional teaching or crits, Writing