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David Denman & Associates has worked in the local construction sector for over 15 years.  The project team is a small, tight knit and highly qualified group continually working together on a daily basis to generate the best design solution for the brief at hand.


David Denman - B.Arch

David is a registered architect in Launceston, Tasmania and a member of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects with 45 years of experience including private architectural practice and urban design, planning and heritage advice roles with Local and State Government. David was employed by the Tasmanian Heritage Council as the Northern Heritage Adviser for 5 years and is currently the Northern Midlands Council Local Heritage Adviser. 

Christie Denman - B.Arch

Christie Denman graduated from RMIT with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2001 and achieved registration with the Architects Registration Board of Victoria in 2006.

Before establishing her own practice in 2008, relevant experience began as a graduate in Melbourne working for a number of established firms which proved invaluable in terms of experience and career development.  Christie Denman is a registered architect in Launceston, Tasmania and became a partner at David Denman & Associates in 2017.

Geoff Clark - B.Arch

Geoff Clark's previous experience includes the position of Director of Troppo Architects Townsville and Senior Lecturer at the University of Tasmania School of Architecture & Design between 2010-2016. A highly awarded and renowned firm, Troppo Architects was collectively awarded the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture in Paris 2010 and although no longer a Director, Geoff continues to work collaboratively with Troppo Architects and remains good friends. Geoff Clark is a registered architect in Launceston, Tasmania and became a partner at David Denman & Associates in 2017.


James Emmerson-Armstrong - M.Arch

Architectural Technician

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