Angus Munro Director
Angus Munro was born in Brisbane in 1970. After spending a year living in Japan, he commenced his architectural education at the University of Queensland, from where he received The Board of Architects Prize for academic achievement and graduated with first class honours.
Angus formed Marc&Co Architects in 2011. Prior to Marc&Co, Angus was director of Eastoffice Architects. He also worked for Donovan Hill Architects on buildings including Domain Resort on Stradbroke Island, W4 apartments and the Q House (1998 RAIA QLD Robin Dods Award). He also worked in Sydney with Bligh Voller Nield on projects including the competition for Brisbane’s new Gallery of Modern Art (with Durbach Block), The Webster Building at UNSW (2000 RAIA NSW Lloyd Rees Award), UTS Fairfax Building (2003 RAIA NSW John Sulman Medal), and Wellington Stadium in New Zealand (2000 NZIA National Building of the year, 2000 RAIA International Award).