Rebecca Moore - Government Architect
As Western Australia’s Government Architect since September 2020, Rebecca Moore provides leadership and strategic advice to government to enhance the design of public buildings and spaces, and create better built environment outcomes for WA.
A highly qualified architect with over two decades of diverse experience both here in Perth and overseas, Rebecca has expertise in design, planning, heritage and construction.
During her time as a practicing architect, Rebecca was involved in adaptive reuse, commercial, heritage and education projects. Her residential portfolio spans mixed-use, single and multi-residential developments, including an award-winning town house development in Subiaco.
Rebecca is a nationally accredited mediator and long-standing member of the State Administrative Tribunal, with a strong background in decision-making and mediation across a variety of complex development projects.
She has held key roles in the Australian Institute of Architects and was an examiner with the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia for a number of years.
Rebecca is also Chair of the State Design Review Panel, playing a significant role in the design review of COVID-19 economic stimulus projects.
She is committed to delivering a built environment that gives Western Australians a sense of identity, belonging, and shared heritage, without compromising functionality, sustainability or aesthetics.