Jiri Lev

Atelier for architecture and urbanism

Bio

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Jiri Lev is an architect registered in TAS and NSW, urbanist, heritage advisor, educator and expert witness in legal proceedings. His atelier focuses primarily on sustainable, resilient and regionally appropriate residential, sacred and public architecture.

Jiri moved to Australia from Prague, Czech Republic in 2005.

Jiri is the founder of ArchiCamp, a grassroots architecture festival benefitting disadvantaged communities, the founder of Architects Assist, an initiative of 600 architecture firms providing pro bono disaster recovery assistance, the founder of Cohousing.com.au, an initiative supporting cohousing and ecovillage development and most recently, the Forty Wall House, a live and lived-in experimental house.

Jiri is a husband and father, attends a local church, enjoys classical music, fine art, wine and learning from other cultures.

Website: www.lev.archi
Instagram: @jiri.lev.arch

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