Amy McArthur adds another plus to the equation as head interior designer, at Plus Architecture, Melbourne.
May 1st, 2008
Plus Architecture is fast becoming one of Melbourne’s leading independent Architecture firms, and as an adjacent value business, have recently launched an Interiors Department led by Head Interior Designer, Amy McArthur.
Plus now offers integrated design services to clients in synergy with the Architecture department.
Amy has a Diploma of Arts in Interior Design from the Gordon Institute in
Geelong and has a good ten years of experience in the design and
delivery of a range of commercial projects.
She has previously worked at the Kann Finch Group and Gray Puksand
but her proudest achievement is establishing and now managing the Interior Design Department at Plus.
Boasting an extensive portfolio that includes a variety of large-scale
commercial and residential projects from Bankwest Melbourne and Adelaide, to Festival City in Dubai, Amy has also designed a number of private residences across Victoria.
She describes working at Plus as an “interior designer’s dream” with an
exceptionally varied portfolio of residential and commercial clients.
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