Paul Stoller

Director, Sydney, Atelier Ten and Senior Lectuer, UTS

Paul Stoller is an environmental designer and architectural educator who has worked in the UK, US and Australia.

His research activities include resilient design, the sharing economy and collaborative urbanism, and living algae building systems.

At UTS, Paul is a senior lecturer teaching environmental design, systems integration, and studio and elective subjects that incorporate integrated design and sustainability thinking.

Through his professional practice at ESD consultancy Atelier Ten, where he leads the Australian offices, Paul has contributed sustainability planning and design consulting to environmentally ambitious buildings, precincts, and campuses. His areas of expertise include high-performance facades, advanced HVAC and energy systems, and sustainable master planning.

His professional projects include the South Australia Health and Medical Research Institute (high performance facade design), Barangaroo South (Green Star Communities strategy), the adaptive reuse of the Main Assembly Building at Tonsley Park, South Australia (daylighting, thermal comfort and energy efficiency consulting), and original environmental concepts for Federation Square in Melbourne.


Speaker’s event

Research, Innovation and the ‘Ideas Boom’: Pathways to Collaboration

Research, Innovation and the ‘Ideas Boom’: Pathways to Collaboration
City and Surrounds
31 May, 06:00 pm - 08:30 pm