Janine Campbell, FRAIA
Janine is an Architect and Artist with project experience in the UK, Australia and Switzerland. For more than 20 years she has worked on a diverse range of project typologies from concept to delivery. Studying Fine Arts at the beginning of her career, then going on to study Architecture, she has now completed an Master of Science in Façade Engineering; furthering her design research and expertise and synthesizing fine arts, architecture and systems thinking.
Fiona Nixon, FRAIA RIBA MSIA
Over three decades, Fiona has built a remarkable global design career, both as a leader in major international practices and running her own firms in Melbourne and Singapore. She works across all scales from master planning to interiors with typological specialisation in cultural, residential and hospitality projects. Fiona is also a respected critic, writing for architecture magazines and teaching. She brings deep design management and community-building skills to complex projects.
Museum specialist and anthropologist
After her post-graduate qualification in Museum Studies from Deakin University, Suzanne deepened her expertise with a Masters in Ethnology from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris. Since 1999 she has been a consultant to UNESCO on Cultural Heritage and Museum Development, assisting many groups in diverse geographies to achieve recognition and security for their unique heritage. Suzanne applies similar knowledge and strategic thought processes to facilitation of studioMilou’s heritage and cultural architecture projects.