Malcolm Middleton



Queensland Government Architect



Malcolm Middleton was appointed as Queensland Government Architect in July 2011 and in this role he is an advocate for the recognition of the value to all projects through well considered design processes. He provides project and policy advice and undertakes design reviews for projects across many areas of government as well as chairing the Queensland Urban Design and Places Panel.

He represents the interests of government on many external panels including the Prime Minister’s Official Residence Advisory Committee, the Development and Design Integrity Panel of Brisbane Airport Corporation, the Professional Advisory Board of UQ Architecture School and many other appointments.  

He is a former member of the Queensland Heritage Council, served on the South Bank Design Advisory Panel for many years, is a former Queensland State President of the Property Council and is the current chair of Brisbane Open House.

He came to Brisbane in 1981 and prior to his appointment as Government Architect had been a private practitioner for almost thirty years. 

Follow Malcolm on Instagram: @qldgovarchitect

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