Luise Palmer


Luise Wiegand holds a masters degree in architecture with honours from the Technical University in Berlin, Germany and has over 10 years industry experience. Working at highly awarded offices in Germany, Spain and Australia she is proficient across a wide range of architectural typologies including educational, residential, commercial and masterplanning projects.




2003 Technical University of Berlin

1999 – 2000 Ecole d’Architecture de Lyon, France 2 semesters


2013 – Present PTW Architects

2008 – 2013 BVNDH, Sydney

2007 – 2008 Ian Moore Architects, Sydney

2004 – 2007 Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos, Madrid, Spain

2003 Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten Munich, Germany

2001 – 2002 Novotny Mähner Assoziierte, Berlin and Frankfurt, Germany

Recent Projects

  • Alexander – 9 storey multi residential building with retail on ground floor, Barangaroo, Sydney, NSW
  • St Basils – apartments for older people and RAC, Randwick, Sydney, NSW

Projects prior to joining PTW Architects

  • Parramatta mixed use development (winning competition entry), Parramatta, NSW
  • Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga Campus Masterplan, Wagga Wagga, NSW
  • Residential Precinct, Student housing for the Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga, NSW
  • The Braggs, University of Adelaide, SA – transdisciplinary research institute (9600 sqm)
  • University of Western Sydney Design Covenants – guidelines for 7 campuses
  • Workplace strategy for GPT Melbourne, VIC
  • Marrickville Library (winning competition entry), Sydney, NSW
  • Feasibility studies and strategic analysis for the University of Adelaide, SA
  • Australian Red Cross Blood Services NSW Headquarters and Laboratory –Australia’s largest blood processing centre (13500 sqm)
  • Workplace configuration and refurbishment for 3 buildings owned by Challenger in Melbourne and Sydney
  • Monash Law School, Melbourne, VIC (15000sqm)
  • Stanley Cove Redevelopment in South Bank, Brisbane, QLD – mixed use building including retail and commercial activities and adaption of the original scheme to a 6* hotel (10.000 sqm)
  • “Tama House”, a five storey boutique apartment development at Tamarama, Sydney, NSW
  • Masterplan including offices and commercial/ residential uses in Vigo, Spain