Narelle Cuthbert - Head of Interior Design
A highly creative individual with a penchant for bold interior concepts and challenging the status quo, Narelle heads up the Interior Design division at Plus Architecture. Pushing the boundaries to deliver new possibilities for clients and bridging the gap between architecture and interior design, Narelle thrives on collaborating with Plus’ Project Architects to create interior concepts that both excite and complement each building’s exterior form.
Stuart Telha - Head of Seniors Living
Stuart has been part of the Plus Architecture family since 2009. Graduating from the University of Tasmania, Stuart specialises in Retirement Living and Multi-Residential apartment developments, with a strong client focus, team management, documentation and construction. Stuart brings a unique prospective to Seniors living, strongly influenced by his experience in high-end multi-residential
Ingrid Williams - Head of Aged Care Innovation
Ingrid is an expert in the operational efficiency of Aged Care. She has intimate experience in the latest trends in planning, operations and staffing. Her practical experience comes from being the current CEO of two aged care facilities and previously, the CEO of an aged care operator turning over $100m per year. As a Director of the Board for the LASA Ltd - the peak industry body for Aged Care - Ingrid has regular exposure to the issues effecting the leaders of our industry. Her 30 years of experience enables her to provide a range of advice - including the most effective service model, staff efficiency and detailed items such as room data sheets. She works closely with the architectural team to deliver best practice Aged Care
Paul De Sailly - Head of Hospitality
After several years honing his skills at Sydney based practices delivering award winning commercial and hospitality spaces, Paul joined Plus in 2009 as a Project Architect and delivered several multi-residential projects in the Docklands West precinct including Crimea Street and Regent Street apartments.