Vesna Trobec leads the architectural design team at Dickson Rothschild. The team focus on bringing creativity, clarity and aesthetic refinement to every project. Vesna has broad experience spanning residential, government, and commercial building projects. She has also worked on urban design, community engagement and public artworks.
Prior to joining Dickson Rothschild, Vesna ran her own boutique architectural design studio specialising in collaborative residential and civic projects with a spectrum of creative practitioners and cultural stakeholders. 
Her drawings have been exhibited internationally in Australia, France, the UK and Serbia, and she is an established tutor in all the major architecture universities in NSW.
Vesna has received a World Community Architecture Award for work in Papua New Guinea; the Australian Institute of Architects Byera Hadley Traveling Scholarship; the Ethel M Chettle Prize in Architecture; was nominated on two consecutive years for the NSW Graduate Design Medal; and was a finalist in an International Japanese design competition for micro housing; she has also received other design awards and scholarships.



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