Having started at MHNDU in 2017, Leigh Hanekom draws upon her twelve years of industry experience at notable Sydney, Melbourne and overseas practices, to design for the betterment of the urban environment as a whole.
Her current fields of interest include public architecture and projects that combine mixed-tenure residential and community facilities. Leigh is a strong proponent for the adaptive reuse of Modernist-era buildings and is an active member of the international architectural community, having delivered an academic paper at the 14th International Docomomo conference in Lisbon on creative strategies for the future use of Sydney’s notable brutalist building, Sirius, in the Rocks.
Leigh actively mentors her team, is at the helm of many of our most successful projects, and is our in-house research scout, keeping us abreast of current architectural news.
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