Steve Grieve is a Director of Grieve Gillett Andersen, based in Adelaide.
Steve graduated in Architecture at UNSW and has been a Registered Architect since 1978. Steve's extensive experience as an architect and urban designer includes arts, heritage, health, transport, education and remote projects. He has worked with state and local government clients, developers, private clients, community groups and cultural institutions.
He has a long involvement with arts organisations, both as an architect and as a board member. Steve’s work on major projects in the City of Adelaide (including projects for the City Council) has equipped him with a deep understanding of the city and its heritage.
Projects include the Adelaide Youth Training Centre, National Wine Centre, Lion Arts Centre, Tandanya (National Aboriginal Cultural Centre), the Torrens Parade Ground, Jam Factory, Adelaide Studios at Glenside, the Adelaide Central School of Art, Rundle Mall (1996) and the New Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Steve has also worked extensively with the Adelaide Fringe and the Adelaide Festival to create visual arts venues and performance venues such as ‘Red Square’ and the ‘Depot’.
He has served on various boards and committees including Country Arts SA as chair, Regional Arts Australia, Urban Myth Theatre of Youth, the Experimental Art Foundation, the Arts Industry Council and Arts SA’s Cultural Facilities Committee.
Steve is a Councillor of Creative Partnerships Australia (formerly AbaF) and a member of boards of the Adelaide College for the Arts, the Little Big Book Club Inc and the Adelaide Fringe. He is also the President of the South Australian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects and was recently appointed as a Professor in the School of Architecture & the Built Environment at the University of Adelaide.