Polly Harbison is the principal of Polly Harbison Design.
Polly studied architecture at the University of Sydney. Prior to starting Polly Harbison Design, she worked for award-winning architects on a range of residential, multi-residential, and large-scale public projects.
Besides her Practice, Polly also has extensive experience in architectural education in Sydney. She has been a studio tutor at the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales.
AIA Member and Registered Architect NSW #7106
Bridget graduated with a Masters of Architecture from the University of Sydney. Bridget joined Polly Harbison Design in 2019. Bridget has gained experience in high-end residential design with a focus on interiors and heritage at Studio Prineas.
Bridget has cultivated an appetite for creating spaces that elevate our everyday rituals, marrying form with function. Bridget’s passion for architecture stems from a background in art, drawing, and painting in her time off, drawing inspiration from both the natural and built environment.
Bridget is working towards her profession registration in New South Wales.
Jincheng studied Master of Architecture at University of New South Wales, graduating with the 2020 UNSW Graduate of the Year awarded by the NSW AIA Chapter. Recently, he received the 2020 Architect’s Medallion which is awarded by the NSW Architects Registration Board.
His final year project ‘A place to share our hands’ was the recipient of the 2020 NSW Graduate Medal, described by the judges as a “thoughtful project resonated in its approach to the problem of connecting disparate people living in high-density cities.”
Prior to joining Polly Harbison Design, he worked in Casey Brown Architecture where he developed his hand drawing and crafting abilities. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Renzo Piano Foundation Scholarship, which saw him work at RPBW Genoa for 6 months.