Victoria King

Victoria graduated with a Masters of Architecture from the University of Melbourne in 2019 and was awarded the 2020 Graduate Prize by the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects.

Her graduating studio project ‘Surface Tension’ focused on the adaptive reuse of maritime infrastructure in Sydney Harbour and was awarded the 2019 Silver Medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Her project was also recognised by the University of Melbourne with prizes including the John Wardle Architects Award and the Edward and Penelope Billson Prize in Architecture.

During her studies Victoria was involved in the University of Melbourne’s design build program Bower Studio and took part as a student mentor in the construction of two remote community infrastructure projects in Kalkaringi and Wadeye in the Northern Territory.

Prior to joining Hill Thalis Victoria worked on a variety of transport infrastructure and master planning projects at Weston Williamson and Partners and at Landscape Architecture practice, Taylor Cullity Lethlean.

Prior to joining Hill Thalis, Victoria gained significant experience in Urban Projects, including Precinct Master Plans, Rail Studies and Land Use Development Frameworks. With Taylor Cullity Lethlea, she gained experience in open and public space projects, including playgrounds and school campus projects.

Since joining Hill Thalis in 2020, Victoria has been actively involved in multiple residential and mixed use projects, including the Coogee Duplex, the Guildford Boarding Rooms and a commercial/residential project in Arncliffe.