Caroline Stalker

Hassell, Principal | Brisbane, Australia

About

Caroline is a highly skilled designer, communicator and leader of teams for complex architectural and urban design projects. Her career spans 28 years and a range of project types including town centre and green field master plans, university master plans and buildings, multi-residential, public spaces and streetscapes, transport infrastructure design, senior living and cultural buildings. Her work demonstrates a sustained commitment to design excellence, and this been recognised over the years through numerous architecture and planning awards.

An Adjunct Professor at the School of Design Creative Industries, QUT, Caroline has served on and chaired awards juries in both architecture and urban design, and is a sitting member of the Queensland Urban Design and Places Panel, which advises State Government on design policy and projects of state-wide significance.

CTBUH Roles

Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee, Member (2015 – Present)

Annual Conference, Presenter (New York 2015)

Expert Peer Review Committee (2016 – 2019)

CTBUH Initiatives

Videos

30 October 2017

CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference - Session 2A: Urban Policy Q&A

Caroline Stalker, Australasian Design Director (Urban), Arup, chairs the question and answer session with Tim Williams, CEO, Committee for Sydney & Principal, Arup; Helen Lochhead,...

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Research

08 August 2017

ASPECT: RATIOS – Voices of Women In the Tall Building World

Ilkay Can-Standard, GenX Design & Technology; Martina Dolejsova, Studio Libeskind

ASPECT: RATIOS is the outgrowth of a program developed by the CTBUH Young Professionals Committee in New York, beginning in 2016. The purpose of the...

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Research

26 October 2015

Beyond the Podium: Urban Spaces for Tall Buildings in a Subtropical City

Caroline Stalker, Architectus

The tower and podium form is a widely accepted typology for urban intensification across the globe. However in the subtropics it may not be the...

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