Christopher Procter

Christopher Procter

Architect and Urban Designer

Christopher Procter is a director of architecture and urban revitalisation with over twenty years experience on four continents. He leads a strategic design team at JBA urban development services consultancy to provide urban and architectural design in multiple jurisdictions alongside colleagues in planning, property economics, communications and stakeholder engagement.

He has been an entrant, juror, convenor and manager of national and international design reviews and design awards including the NSW Sulman Medal for Public Architecture and the Lloyd Rees Award for Urban Design.

Prior to JBA, Christopher served as Principal Architect and Director at the former Victorian Urban Renewal Authority and a lead architect for the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority on behalf of the New Zealand Crown. Chris co-founded an architecture and urban design consultancy to government, institutional, corporate and private clients in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Middle East. He was appointed deputy director of city projects at the City of Sydney leading up to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

Christopher is published in AFR magazine, Architecture Australia, Architecture US, Harvard Design Review and New Planner. He has shared his experiences and learnings at urban forums in the US, Europe and Australia. He has a Masters of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University.

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