STATEMENT OF EXPERIENCE
Kunihiko Mukai and Rosalyna Wee, the founding architects at WMA have a strong background in design, documentation, master planning, feasibility reports, managing the tender process, contract administration and communication with clients, consultants and authorities as lead architects.
Their diverse expertise provides a breadth and depth of technical knowledge and fine understanding of the planning regulations in Victoria. Both architects are very adept at collaboration with all members involved in the projects; council planners, consultants and contractors in achieving our client’s aspirations.
Client collaboration in the design process is a key element of WMA’s design philosophy. WMA’s key focus is to facilitate the design process with the client by providing architectural expertise in design conceptualization, visioning and project co-ordination.
Kunihiko Mukai, Architect
Bachelor of Architecture (University of Melbourne),
Bachelor of Built Environment (QUT).
Kunihiko Mukai is a registered architect in Victoria with more than 12 years of architectural experience predominantly in the residential sector, including individual residential, refurbishment and extension, unit developments (townhouses) as well as heritage buildings. His experience also includes a variety of commercial and hospitality projects.
Kuni has worked for a range of companies including McDonald Coleman Architects, ERA2000 Architects, CATT Architects and the Stonehenge Group.
Rosalyna Wee, Architect
Master of Architecture (University of Melbourne),
Bachelor of Planning & Design (University of Melbourne).
Rosalyna has extensive experience in multi residential developments (apartments and town houses), senior lifestyle developments and aged care. Her folio also includes a variety of individual residential projects, refurbishment and extension, retail and office developments.
She is a registered architect in Victoria with more than 12 years of architectural experience and has worked in both small and large architectural practices including Thomson Adsett in Melbourne and AXIS Architects Planners in Singapore.