Bruce Medek, Chair, Architect and Elected Member
Bruce Medek is a private practitioner and director of Medek Architecture, with experience in Residential, Heritage, Institutional, Interior, Commercial and Multi-Residential projects. He has been working in the architectural profession since 1984. Bruce has held senior positions in various large and medium sized practices. His first practice, Gall and Medek Architects, established in 1995, was recognised at national and international levels for exploring future links of people with the built and natural environments.
Throughout his career, Bruce has also demonstrated a strong commitment to the advancement of the architecture profession more broadly. He has served on various State and National Committees of the Australian Institute of Architects (the Institute), and became the youngest elected Queensland President in 2008.
Bruce was subsequently appointed to the Board in July 2010 as the Institute’s nominated representative, and is currently the elected Architect Member. Prior to his appointment as Chairperson of the Board from 1 April 2018, Bruce served as Deputy Chairperson.
Bruce continues to be enthralled with how well considered buildings can provide challenging, rewarding and unselfish environments. He brings to the role strong design talents, a commitment to clients and an in-depth knowledge of construction, contracts and standards.