Philip Griffiths

Director of Griffiths Architects, Philip Griffiths is practice Principal of Griffiths Architects.

Philip combines a close day-to-day involvement in design with his primary responsibilities for the strategic direction of the practice.

Philip studied architecture at the Southbank Polytechnic London and founded Griffiths Architects in 2005. Philip has overseen a broad scope of work providing advice to Federal and State governments, local councils and governing bodies, preparing conservation plans, master plans as well as carrying out conservation and adaption works to Government House, the WA Ballet Centre, the Archbishop's Palace, Perth Chest Clinic, Claremont Goods Shed, Dumas House, Government House and His Majesty's Theatre.

Philip has been responsible for projects throughout the State from Adele Island off Cape Leveque to Israelite Bay on the Southern Ocean. Projects have ranged through all building types with a large proportion of them being in heritage conservation on places of International, National, State and local significance.

Heritage services range through all elements of heritage practice and the provision of expert advice in SAT. Philip provides guidance and advice to other architectural practices on heritage and design. He also provides heritage services for conservation plans, heritage assessments, heritage impact statements and is a member of a number of design review panels. Professional Affiliations: Architects Board of Western Australia, Royal Institute of British Architects Chartered Member, Royal Australian Institute of Architects Life Fellow, Heritage Council of Western Australia - Councillor (appointed 1992-2019), Australia ICOMOS, and Docomomo. Pro Bono Roles Sessional professional practice mentor for undergraduates at UWA , Notre Dame, and Curtin Qualifications and Training RIBA Examination in Architecture Southbank Polytechnic, London Design Review.

Philip is on the State Design Review Panel, the Cambridge and Wanneroo Design Review Panels and chairs the Subiaco Design Review Panel.