Director, Registered Architect, BArch (Hons), BPD, A.D.AppSc
Jefa Greenaway of Greenaway Architects is a nationally recognised architect, academic (University of Melbourne), design advocate and a regular design commentator on ABC Radio Melbourne. As a registered architect in private practice in both NSW and Victoria, he seeks to reveal layers of history and memory through connections to place, demonstrating the value of people centred design which interrogates one’s own philosophical or ethical underpinning and design responsibilities. Over two decades he’s also championed Indigenous led design thinking, particularly through the International Indigenous Design Charter, as Regional Ambassador (Oceania) of INDIGO (International Indigenous Design Alliance) and sits on numerous boards that intersect with art, architecture and cultural heritage.
Senior Associate, Registered Architect, BArch, BPD
Cathy established Cadro Design in 1998, which became the genesis for Greenaway Architects and is a key Design Associate on all projects since the practice's inception. Cathy is involved in design and development of all projects in the office.
Educated in the University of Melbourne, Cathy honed her considerable skills with many established and prominent practices working on commercial, institutional and residential projects prior to joining Greenaway Architects. Many of the projects in which she has been principle designer have been awarded and published in newspapers and magazines including the Age, Herald Sun, Houses, Architecture Reviewand Belle.
Graduate of Architecture, MArch
After graduating from the University of Melbourne, Maya joined Greenaway Architects in 2013. Since then, she has participated in projects ranging from large scale institutional projects and multi-unit development, to heritage re-development and product design. She takes on different roles including project documentation, 3D modelling, planning submission and contract administration.
In 2019, Maya was awarded at HKSDA (Hong Kong Smart Design Awards) for her design ‘Sunday Home’ - a portable, foldable and reusable enclosure for foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong to spend their day-off in public spaces.