Jonathon Kibble

Jonathon joined Hill Thalis in 2014 after graduating from his Bachelor of Architectural Studies at UNSW in 2013. Since joining Hill Thails Jonathon has been active in a variety of projects across a range of scales and types including multi-residential developments, public building and urban design studies. These projects include;

  • Bronte Road: development proposal and construction documentation for a 21 room boarding house
  • Beynon & Heyward proposal and design development for the adaptive re-use of an historic warehouse into a mixed use multi-residential and retail building.
  • Yeerongpilly Green design development of apartment buildings within the Hill Thalis and Clare Design masterplan
  • Gosford Library Hub: initial concept design for Gosford City Council with Clare Design

Prior to joining Hill Thalis Jonathon had worked with Eeles Trelease Architects throughout his undergraduate degree. Whilst working at Eeles Trelease he was involved in producing construction documentation drawings, and various concept designs/documentation for both single residential dwellings and multi-residential apartment buildings.

Jonathon recently graduated from the Masters of Architecture degree at UNSW in 2016 with excellence, and received a place on the Deans Merit list in 2015 and 2016. His final year project, as part of the Urban Conditions stream of study, explored the potential of a revived Sydney Fish Market and market place paired with urban agriculture initiatives as a supportive node for the local community.

His project received the Margot and Neville Gruzman Award for Urban Design in Architecture, and was nominated for the Architects Registration Board Design Medallion and AIA NSW Design Medals in 2017.

Jonathon Kibble