Multi-disciplinary designer and director of Sibling Architecture, Timothy Moore has joined Monash University Art Design and Architecture (MADA) as lecturer. Moore is also the co-curator of Melbourne Design Week presented by the National Gallery of Victoria.
Moore has guided Sibling’s design-research practice, which has seen the firm exhibit at the National Gallery of Victoria, Istanbul Design Biennial, Gyeonggi MoMA and Seoul National University. Leading commercial and cultural institutions and organisations, including Creative Victoria, FJM Property, the City of Melbourne and VICE have benefitted from his design expertise.
According to Professor Naomi Stead, head of Architecture at MADA, Moore is a highly reputed designer, curator and facilitator in the industry. With a career graph that blends innovative architectural practice, scholarly research, exhibitions, events and publishing, he represents the 21st century design professional: hybrid, engaged, and fascinating. His appointment as lecturer provides him a platform to undertake research, and pass his knowledge and ideas on to MADA students.
Widely published in architectural magazines and journals, Moore has previously edited two industry magazines, Volume and Architecture Australia. He is currently editor of Future West (Australian Urbanism), a magazine published by the University of Western Australia, and is undertaking a PhD within the Melbourne School of Design at the University of Melbourne on the subject, The Instruments of Transitional Urbanism.
Working part-time at MADA, Moore will continue to pursue his academic, professional and curatorial work alongside his teaching responsibilities.