Tess O'Meara

Lyons Architects
<p>Tess is a graduate of architecture from RMIT University in Melbourne, and past co-curator of the long-standing speaker series PROCESS. </p> <p>In 2017 she received the ‘Peter Corrigan Memorial Medal’ for her major project titled “Beat the Clock: Tales of an Urban Centrelink”, a prize awarded to the project that is most critical and politically and culturally engaged. It is given to a student with a strong independent vision in honour of Professor Peter Corrigan who taught successive generations of architects in the RMIT Architecture programs for over 40 years.</p> <p>Prior to completing her studies in architecture, Tess graduated from Monash University with a B.A in Politics, and thus she continues to interrogate the intersection of research, policy and narrative within the context of the modern city.</p> <p>Throughout 2018, Tess assumed the role of co-curator of PROCESS, a monthly independent talk series on architecture and design aimed at creatives, students, architects, emerging and established professionals. </p> <p>As a design tutor at RMIT University, Tess continues to explore design that is a direct response to the political, social and ideological context of today’s policies. </p>
Interested in
Public Speaking, Juries, Sessional Teaching or Crits, Writing