Bob Sinclair LFRAIA

Bob acted as architectural advisor to the Department of Justice for their prison redevelopments.


Bob's architectural career spans 40 years. From 1976 - 2001 Bob worked with Daryl Jackson Architecture Pty Ltd as a director. He participated in the design of award-winning civic buildings including:

  • the County Court of Victoria (in association with SKML)
  • the Canberra School of Art (1981 inaugural Sir Zelman Cowen Award for public architecture)
  • Australian Chancery Complex Saudi Arabia (AIA International Award 1991)

In 2003 Bob joined Billard Leece Partnership as associate director. He led design projects including:

  • the Supreme Court of Victoria upgrade
  • the Commonwealth Games Village in Parkville
  • various tertiary education buildings

Bob is a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA). He has represented the AIA as a:

  • long-standing jury member of the AIA Awards
  • representative to the Board of the University of Melbourne's Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning 2002
  • member of the AIA Board of Architecture Education (Victorian Chapter) 1988
  • Chairman of the AIA Housing Awards (Victorian Chapter) 1993

Bob tutored architecture students at Deakin University, the University of Melbourne and RMIT.