Associate / Strategic Development
Dino completed his Master of Architecture in 2008 and has since worked on a wide range of projects including multiple pre-fabricated schools and tourist facilities, arts & cultural facilities, multi-story commercial & warehouse facilities, service and health industry fitouts, high density residential developments as well as multiple award winning residential projects.
Dino joined Grieve Gillett in 2012 following time at Dimitty Andersen Architects and has been actively involved in a number of projects which utilise his skill set. Most notably, Dino also has a specialist expertise with advanced construction methodologies such and DfMA (Designed for Manufactured Assembly), Pre-fabricated and Modular techniques, as well as, adaptive and sensitive re-use of existing buildings for new functions.
In addition to his duties as a Project Architect, Dino has been tasked with the role of Strategic Development at GGA. In this role he actively facilitates relationships and opportunities across various sectors to provide opportunities for GGA to bring their collective smarts to new and existing projects and ventures. His extensive network provides immense value to the practice and our clients to help realise positive project outcomes and relationships.
Outside of the practice, Dino has been actively involved in the profession through his role as SA Chapter Councillor of the Australian Institute of Architects, as Creative Director of Adelaide’s Festival of Architecture and Design, and curator of the South Australian program for the National Conference in Architecture held in Adelaide in April 2016. Dino was awarded the 2014 Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship in Architecture leading to his extensive research in the field of Modular Construction throughout Australia, Asia and Europe.
Pembroke Middle School Development & Pedestrian Bridge
Oran Park School Precinct, NSW
Wellington Rapid Build 400 Bed Prison, NSW
Mimili Preschool, APY Lands
UniSA City West Child Care Centre
Hill Dale Residence
Potts Lecture Theatre
Albert Street Residence