Design advocacy

Parlour with Amy Muir
In conversation with Amy Muir at Parlour's Autumn Salon, Melbourne Design Week 2017. Photo by Tobias Titz, with thanks to

Shelley is a speaker, panellist, adviser and writer on architecture and the urban environment and their critical impacts on wellbeing, and connection to place and culture.

She is an advocate for the value and relevance of design quality to projects of all types and scales, for the enduring public and social benefits it brings.

Shelley has written for professional journals including Architecture Australia Magazine, Architectural Review, AD Plus, Union Magazine, Monument, and others. Most recently, she has contributed to books including This building likes me (ed Justine Clark), on the work of John Wardle Architects, Architects after Architecture (Harriss, Hyde and Marcaccio) and has published opinion pieces in mainstream media including The Age.