Rachel Hudson was introduced to the inspired process of place making at 6 years of age when architect Peter Stutchbury designed a pavilion addition for her family home instilling a passion for architecture.
In 2003 Hudson graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Architecture and received the prestigious Sir John Sulman Prize in Architectural Design.
After graduating, Hudson was fortunate to work with Peter Stutchbury Architecture (PSA) for 9 years (2004 - 2012). During this time Hudson undertook an Associate role and completed numerous residential projects large and small, local and international.
Three (3) PSA projects of which Hudson was the project architect received Royal Australian Institute of Architects awards; in 2008 both Garden House and Avalon House received NSW awards and in 2010 Wall House in Japan for a renowned fashion designer received a National AIA award.
Hudson has tutored design studios at the University of NSW Architecture Faculty and remains involved in education programmes.
In 2012 Hudson founded Rachel Hudson Architecture (RH/a) and has since been commissioned to design numerous residential projects from Sydney's idyllic Northern Beaches to the island of Bali.
Hudson's architecture is shaped by the uniqueness of each site and the individual client brief. Her process is intuitive and the product expressive - materiality, light and form are celebrated.
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