We are proud to announce four new Principals and Associates in the DesignInc Sydney team: Paul Wallace, Principal, Miriam Enoch, Associate Joyce Lim, Associate and Paul Rea, Associate.

Collectively, our new leaders bring a wealth of experience across architecture, landscape design and project management with expertise in the transport and infrastructure sectors. We are particularly proud to continue our promotion of women in leadership roles at DesignInc Sydney. As part of our commitment to the Male Champions of Change program, we work hard to ensure diversity and inclusion across all of our employees, and particularly within our leadership team.

Paul is a design architect who enjoys the challenge of working across multiple sectors and getting out of his comfort zone with complex, large-scale projects. During his 20 year career, he has gained in-depth expertise in transport and infrastructure, education, residential, hospitality and commercial work. 

Miriam is a Landscape Architect who has a strong background in the planning and design of large-scale multi-disciplinary projects for road and rail infrastructure, public domain, commercial and multi-unit residential developments. Her strong project management skills, effective communication and design sensibilities are complemented by her passionate eye for detail and quality urban outcomes.

A registered architect with over ten years’ experience, Joyce enjoys the highly technical and challenging side of transport infrastructure projects, but never loses sight of the human side of her work. She consistently considers how the design must respond to site constraints as well as to the way people will move through the finished project.

Paul’s career spans over 25 years immersed in the complexities of rail and metro projects. An architect who has worked on challenging high-profile projects from London to New Delhi, from Melbourne to Moscow; he deeply understands best practice in rail station design and the critical role of transit systems in sustainable communities and truly livable cities.