Tracey Roughana

Tracey Roughana

Architect

Architecture and the spaces we inhabit can profoundly affect our health and well-being. It can welcome or deter, fit in or stand out, work with us or not. Architecture has the potential to lift a mood, bring about joy, provide comfort and inspire thoughts.

Keenly interested in design that is of its place and that connects us with the natural world and with each other, Tracey will fuse socially sustainable, climate responsive and biophilic principles to shape spaces for living, learning, working and playing; for being and doing.