Honorary Senior Fellow (April 2004)
Lindsay and Kerry Clare were named Honorary Senior Fellows in April 2004 in recognition of their distinguished service to the community.
Kerry Clare and Lindsay Clare graduated from the Queensland University of Technology and after working on the Sunshine Coast since 1972, commenced practice in Mooloolaba in 1979. Their practice has completed more than 100 projects, ranging from single residences to attached housing, commercial, public and, of course, educational buildings.
In 1998 they were highly commended by RAIA in the FDG Stanley Award for USC's Recreation Building.
From 1982-2004, the practice received 23 state and national awards from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects for housing, public, recycling, civic and commercial projects. Major awards include the National Robin Boyd Award in 1992 and 1995, the National RAIA Commercial Award 1995, the National BHP Steel Futures Award 1993, and the National RAIA Environment Citation in 1996.
Their Cotton Tree social housing project was selected as one of ten worldwide for inclusion in the ‘Ten Shades of Green’ exhibition in New York – an exhibition demonstrating architectural excellence and environmental sensitivity.
Kerry Clare and Lindsay Clare were appointed as Design Directors for the NSW Government Architect from 1998-2000 and worked on a variety of projects including the Olympic Village School , the No 1 Fire Station, Sydney and the National Environment Centre for the Riverina Institute of TAFE.
Lindsay Clare was a member of the Council of the Sunshine Coast University College from July 1994 to February 1996.