Our Leadership Team
The H2o team is led by Tim Hurburgh and Mark O’Dwyer with Associate Directors Cam Clifford and Vieri Nembrini. The design studio of twenty plus staff that forms the core of H2o architects continues to develop the close relationships enjoyed between our clients, staff, consultants and constructors.
Harvard University Summer School, 1985
Harvard University, Cambridge, USA, Master of Architecture, 1969
Tasmanian School of Environmental Design, Diploma of Architecture 1966
Boston Medical Association Committee, 1987
RAIA Awards Committee, 1979, 1987
Foundation Director, RAIA Architecture Foundation Director, RAIA
Jury chair, RAIA Sustainability Awards, 2005
Tim is a nationally known designer with extensive master planning, project design and facility management skills and experience, particularly in the education sector Tim’s work has also focused on high profile ESD projects which include a number of award winning projects throughout Australia. Prior to forming H2o with Mark O’Dwyer in 1999 he was the project director on behalf of Bates Smart Architects for Federation Square working with Peter Davidson, Don Bates and the LAB Architecture Team in London and Melbourne.
University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Architecture (Hons), 1987
University of Melbourne, BSc yr. 1-2, 1980–81
Royal Aust Institute of Architects, 2003–present
Facility Managers Association, 2000–present
Victorian Theatres Trust, 1996–present
Australian Film Institute Member, 1994–present
National Trust of Australia, 1994–present
Cinemateque Australia Member, 1984–1996
Mark has extensive project experience managing many of the varied projects of H2o including Master planning, Architecture and Project Management. He is particularly skilled at managing large projects, with fast track time lines, and many divergent stakeholders and outside parties involved. These skills have most recently been utilised in his work with Swinburne University on the Advanced Technology Centre and with the University of Adelaide on their highly specialised Plant Accelerator Facility.
University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Architecture, 2003
University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Environmental Design, 1999
Cam is a highly talented design and documentation architect. He has most recently been project architect for H2o’s educational projects including Genazzano FCJ College Performing Arts Centre and Point Cook Senior Secondary College. He has extensive experience with many digital platforms and delivery systems including experience with a number of web-based information transfer systems such as Aconex and Teambinder.
Politecnico di Milano, Bachelor of Architecture, 2000
Vieri is a senior architect and his experience includes the role of project architect on recent large scale, high profile projects including Swinburne University Advanced Technology Centre, University of Adelaide Plant Accelerator Facility and RMIT University Advanced Manufacturing Precinct. His working experience includes institutional, retail, and exhibitions projects between Melbourne and Milan. He has worked for Studio Terragni where he was project architect for the multifunctional space Spazio Sarpi in Milan.