Adrian Light has worked in Architecture since 1988 and is currently the Managing Director of ONE20 Group Architects. He graduated with honours from UTS in 1994 and completed a masters (By Thesis) in the area of “Bodily (im)positions” – A phenomenological re-casting of space and architecture in 2001. Adrian has specialized International competence in the design of buildings of all scales including several award winning designs and revolutionary sustainable projects. Adrian was the lead designer for the International Broadcast Centre for the Sydney Olympic Games. ONE20 has recently been working on the master planning of a 200 hectare environmentally sustainable development in the heart of England’s technology corridor between Oxford and Cambridge.
More recently, Adrian has been working as a specialist designing environmentally sustainable buildings. His latest project is the conversion of the Skipping Girl Vinegar factory which was featured on the TV Series “Grand Designs” and “The Living Room” and is the subject of a documentary on Architel TV. It won the 2017 Sustainability award in the Heritage category amongst other awards. The project was revolutionary in its use of zero waste during construction, where every material was either re-used recycled or re-purposed.