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Dik Jarman | Associate Director 

Dik Jarman is an architect with a long history of practice in Australia and internationally, both in the studio and on site. Dik was a Director of multi award winning practice Studio505, and was the Chief Representative for their office in Changzhou, China.

Dik has specialised in complex, large scale cultural and civic projects and was the project and site leader for the Australian Pavilion for the 2005 World Expo in Aichi Japan, the Lotus Exhibition and Conference Centre in Wujin China, and project architect for the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne Australia.

Dik was previously a council member of the Tasmanian Chapter of the RAIA and was a former Vice President of the Commonwealth Association of Architects representing Oceania.

In addition to his role in architecture Dik is an AFI winning film maker and a designer and builder of a vehicle which currently holds two Australian Landspeed records.

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