Rebecca Moore - Government Architect
Rebecca Moore was appointed WA Government Architect in September 2020. Her role is to provide leadership and strategic advice to government to improve the design of public buildings and spaces and enhance the quality of the built environment.
Rebecca is a highly qualified, registered architect with a diverse range of experience, having worked in architectural practices in both Perth and London. During her practice career, she was involved in mixed-use, single and multi-residential developments, adaptive reuse, commercial, heritage, education and institutional projects in a range of settings.
Rebecca is a nationally accredited mediator and worked as a member of the State Administrative Tribunal for almost a decade. She has extensive experience in decision-making and mediation across a broad range of development projects. She has held key roles in the Australian Institute of Architects, as WA Chapter Councillor and Chair of the Practice Committee and was an examiner with the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia for a number of years.
With qualifications in architecture, planning, cultural heritage and construction, Rebecca has brought a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the GA role. As Chair of the State Design Review Panel, she will guide delivery of a pipeline of projects to support Western Australia's economic recovery from COVID-19, and ensure good design is a core focus of the approvals process.