Caitlin Murphy

Graduate of Architecture

Caitlin graduated from her Master of Architecture in 2018 before joining Grieve Gillett Andersen in February 2019. 

While completing her Master’s degree, Caitlin worked for a small residential building designer for two and a half years where she gained experience and skills in client interaction, administrative processes and computer programs such as Revit. She was also awarded the Hodgkison Graduate Prize in Architecture for her final project of her Master of Architecture. 

Since joining the Grieve Gillett Andersen team her experience has expanded to include master planning, arts & culture, education and residential architecture with a focus on her skills in visual and graphic communication. 

In 2019, Caitlin was invited by the Architecture Program Director at the University of South Australia to become an inaugural member of the Architecture Advisory Group. This role involves providing advice and feedback on the Architecture programs running at the University to ensure that they follow industry trends while also producing graduates who possess skills and qualities relevant to the industry.  


Lobethal Arts and Heritage Hub

Varcoe Artists’ Hub, Mt Gambier

Kings Beach Master Plan

Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre Master Plan

Chaffey Theatre Master Plan

Berri Barmera Council Feasibility Study

St Joseph’s Tranmere Master Plan

St Aloysius College Master Plan

Salisbury High School Redevelopment

Beulah Road Maisonette  

North House