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JEFA GREENAWAY



Expert Voice:

Watch as Jefa Greenaway reflects on Indigenous led design education.  






Profile

Jefa Greenaway is currently Knowledge Broker/Lecturer at the University of Melbourne, Australia with over two decades experience at the University. Jefa is also a regular design communicator, across podcasts, articles and as regular design commentator on ABC Radio.

Jefa is also director of Greenaway Architects (est. 1998) a holistic design practice undertaking architectural, landscape, interior and urban design projects for private, commercial and educational clients. Jefa’s work in practice include such projects as the Lowitja Institute, the Koorie Heritage Trust and the RMIT Ngarara Place. His project Ngarara Place at RMIT was selected to be exhibited at the Australian pavilion at the Venice Biennale in Italy 2018.

Jefa championed Indigenous led design thinking for over 25 years, including as co-founder of the not-for-profit advocacy group Indigenous Architecture + Design Victoria, as co-author of the International Indigenous Design Charter, and as Regional Ambassador (Oceania) of INDIGO (International Indigenous Design Network). He’s a founding signatory of Architects Declare Australia an initiative foregrounding architecture’s role in to tackling the challenges of climate change and biodiversity loss, is co-curator (with Tristan Wong) of the Australian exhibition at La Biennale Architettura di Venezia 2020/21 (Venice Biennale) and was recently inducted into the Design Institute of Australia’s 2020 ‘Hall of Fame’.