Bek Verrier

Associate + Project Architect
Bence Mulcahy

Bek Verrier is an Associate at Bence Mulcahy, one of Hobart’s newest emerging practices. Bence Mulcahy is a small office with big energy and is passionate about making valuable contributions to the public realm. Collectively they agree projects should be driven by the spirit of generosity.

Working in small practice has enabled Bek to make valuable contributions to an array of projects from inception to completion. As a practising architect at Bence Mulcahy and previously Preston Lane Architects, Bek has been able to sink her teeth into a variety of typologies varying in complexity, scale, program and procurement. Bek has consistently worked on award winning projects.

Bek's enthusiasm and energy for design is exemplified by her generosity to the local architecture community. She is one of the co-founders of The Findlay Project (Tasmania's women in architecture group), a member of The Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian Chapter Awards Committee, a co-creative director with Liz Walsh for the 2018 Tasmanian Architecture Awards, a Chapter Councillor, a regular mentor at UTAS and previously a driving force behind the Emerging Architects Tasmania committee.

In 2016 Bek was awarded the Tasmanian Emerging Architect Prize and in 2020 was awarded a spot on the Dulux Study Tour set to explore Tokyo, Berlin and Madrid.

Bek believes successful working relationships lead to great built outcomes. Through her endeavours Bek is nurturing a generous, supportive and inclusive culture within the architectural community because she believes there are lasting benefits for not only the profession itself, but for the broader community on the whole.

Interested in
Public speaking, Juries, Sessional teaching or crits