Juliana Torres has 23 years’ experience in architecture, interior design, heritage, project management, construction and consulting. With focus on commercial and institutional architecture, she has led projects of corporate offices, healthcare, shopping malls, retail stores, engineering companies, and banks - in Australia, the Americas and the Middle East.
With leadership, creativity, experience and engagement, Juliana is able to deliver a fast, yet comprehensive approach to design and implementation using existing resources in innovative ways. She is a dynamic professional with diverse range of skills founded on extensive overseas experience, excellent interpersonal skills, stakeholder management expertise, initiative and focus.
Juliana was a Senior Associate in HASSELL Perth studio between 2008 and 2020. At HASSELL, she had held leadership roles in a diverse range of multidisciplinary projects. Prior to HASSELL, Juliana ran her own architecture practice for 10 years in Brazil with a portfolio focused on commercial, retail, residential and education architecture. In parallel to her work on commercial architecture, she has also designed and managed a handful of private residential developments in Australia and Brazil.
Juliana has design and delivery expertise in premium buildings, understanding what that entails, how to ensure that the overall character is maintained throughout and essentially how a complex documentation will represent the design intent. In workplace design, she is particularly focused on how workplaces and buildings can impact the user and improve business performance supporting organisational change. She has extensive experience in managing briefing and user focused processes for complex projects including hospitals, commercial buildings, workplaces and city precincts. With a strong focus on sustainability, Juliana is a registered Architect and Green Star Accredited professional (GSAP) by the Green Building Council of Australia.
Juliana’s professional portfolio includes large scale projects such as: