Imogene Tudor

Senior Project Architect
Robert Plumb Build

Imogene Tudor is a registered architect with over 10 year experience on projects of varying scales and complexities from community projects to multi-million dollar commercial fit outs to bespoke houses. She has experiences working in large multidisciplinary teams and small independent projects.

Working with renowned architectural practices in Melbourne and Sydney, Imogene has experience in delivering projects of design excellence. Imogene’s recent experience includes working with four-time Oscar winner Catherine Martin of Bazmark in the realisation of a 14-storey Art Deco Hotel in South Beach Miami, USA. Prior to Bazmark, Imogene was an Associate with the award-winning Sydney architectural practice, DRAW.

Imogene complements her architectural practice with an active role in academia and architectural media. Over the past few years, Imogene has taught has taught at UTS, the University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne in professional practice, architectural communication, digital fabrication and design. Imogene has also published photography and writing in the Australian architectural media. As an advocate for architecture in Sydney, Imogene co-founded the not-for-profit organisation Make-Space for Architecture in 2011. In 2012 she was the recipient of the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship with a research topic focused on fostering relationships between the architectural public and the wider community.

Interested in
Public speaking, Juries, Sessional teaching or crits