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Rossi Kourounis

Rossi Kourounis is a home grown registered Architect of the Northern Territory and the Principal of Rossi Architects. He has over 15 years’ experience working with various local architectural practices, construction companies & running his own practice.

Rossi has covered a broad range of residential, commercial and education projects and prides himself on a functional design and detailed approach to architecture.

Rossi is constantly pushing the boundaries on his creative style and in 2014 was awarded the NT Emerging Architects prize by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA).

Lucia Reilly

Architectural Technician Lucia has spent the past five years working within Darwin's design industry and takes great pride in having seen many of her residential designs come to life.

Lucia's portfolio encompasses a broad selection of projects from industrial through to residential. Her impeccable organisation skills help her balance her commitments to Rossi Architects with teaching calisthenics classes in her spare time.

The tropical wilderness and ferocious waterfalls that frame the NT help Lucia draw inspiration for her design work.

Rohnson Manalo Macalintal

Rohnson is an Architectural Technician at Rossi Architects. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Architecture at Adamson University, he practices his work with endless pride and gratification.

While having 14 years of architectural and construction experience in the Philippines, U.A.E and Singapore, Rohnson also has a solid foundation in design, CAD documentation and project coordination. The NT’s climate and approach to tropical architecture is what inspires Rohnson most. He is passionate about efficient energy practices in building designs.

On a Saturday, you will likely find him scoping around the fish market or improving on basketball skills at the court.

Isaac McNicol

Isaac, Architectural Graduate and Designer at Rossi Architects, is inspired by the outback in his effort to infuse his designs with an atmosphere of beauty and authenticity.

Since graduating dux in his Masters of Architecture in 2010, Isaac’s work has received wide industry acclaim. In 2010 he was the recipient of the Phillips Pilkington Prize for Architectural Design, in recognition of his considerable achievements in the final year of his architectural studies. In 2011, Isaac was a runner-up for The Architects Board of South Australia Travelling Prize in Architecture, awarded to those candidates deemed most likely to make a significant contribution to the field of architecture.

Isaac has also been involved in internationally-recognised projects, with the most notable winning the Association for Learning Environments, LE Solutions, James D MacConnell Award; the highest honour in education architecture.

Art is what motivates Isaac. His Saturdays are filled with a variety of creative projects, that is, when he’s not sampling the delicious crepes at Parap Markets.

More projects

Kabuki Haircutters

Mother Teresa Catholic Primary School

Harbour Quay

Catholic Education Hall, MCS

Power Water engineering building

Duke Street Apartments

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