A deep thinker, Rob Mirams is singular in his desire to discover the ultimate outcome for each project. Believing great design engages with arts and culture, history, philosophy and technology, he weaves these together into a rational and contextually responsive built form narrative.
Rob’s lifelong passion for architecture has taken him many places, including living and working in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Paris, London and the south of France. Returning to Australia in 2003, he was instrumental in establishing the Fender Katsalidis Sydney practice which he continues to guide today.
His vision and comprehensive approach have resulted in multiple award-winning projects over the past several decades. He has designed a multitude of international landmark projects in position of partner at Fender Katsalidis.
Under Rob’s stewardship, the practice has produced a diverse body of work within master planning, mixed-use, multi residential, hotels, cultural and commercial sectors, with examples including the Garangula Gallery in rural New South Wales and the reimagining of George Place and 66 King Street in the heart of the Sydney CBD.