Suzi Wedd


Associate Interior Designer, GroupGSA

Suzi is an Interior Designer and registered Victorian building practitioner. Following 6 years of architectural experience, Suzi ventured into interiors focusing in workplace design and has practiced for some 20 years in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Additional to a core experience in workplace, her experience has been across broader sectors of commercial projects such as housing, retail, financial and health care. Suzi’s extensive industry experience is focused enthusiastically on creative design solutions delivered with a collaborative approach. Particular interests are that of the changing social nature of workplace design and the evolution of wellness, sustainability and social inclusion.

Sonja Duric



Kylie Lord

ADIntDec&Des, BA (Psych)

Kylie is an Interior Designer who has joined the Melbourne team on a part-time basis. She completed her studies in Interior Decoration and Design in the top 2% of RMIT higher education students in 2019 and was included in the Vice Chancellor’s List of Academic Excellence. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and several years’ experience in people management.
Kylie has a passion for creating workplaces that provide greater comfort and support to end users. To date, Kylie has contributed to the project by conducting analysis and interpretation of results.

Natalie Viola

CertDes, ADipGraphDes

Winner of the Design Institute of Australia’s Graduate of the Year Award (GOTYA) for 2016 for the Victoria / Tasmania region in the category of Interior Design & Decoration. Natalie commenced working for Artillery in 2017 as a Graduate Interior Designer, and then later that year with the newly merged Group GSA team.
Natalie has worked on various interior design projects since commencing, and is an integral part of the design team.

Ian Piggott


Neurodiversity is a natural and valuable form of human diversity…the idea that there is one ‘normal’ or ‘typical’ type of brain or mind, or one ‘right’ style of neurocognitive functioning, is a culturally constructed fiction, much the same way in which architecture is conceived/constructed for the viewpoint of a six foot high individual, no more valid…than the idea that there is one ‘normal’ or ‘right’ ethnicity, gender or culture.
Through a comprehensive methodology to derive human profiles that incorporates diversity supported by technology and sound design principles, human operations can be tailored to individual needs within the workplace even with shifting objectives. ‘Predominantly’ autonomy, self-regulation, and self-determination – are better harnessed to align workplace operations with the evolving development goals articulated in the business ecosystem.
This is what has inspired and continues to inspire me. Through simple extension of us. We can achieve at our best.

Alex Macdonald

BDes (Interior Design), Green Star Associate

Alex an Interior Designer who specialises in workplace design. She has experience across a broad range of other commercial sectors including financial retail, health care and hospitality.
Passionate about the impact the built environment has on people and the planet, Alex is driven to create spaces that have a positive impact on the end user.
Wellness in the workplace & the continued efforts of reducing the negative impact buildings have on the environment is something Alex is deeply invested in as a means of improving the lives of people.

Michael Edwards

BDes (Interior Design), Green Star Associate

Michael Edwards is a qualified interior designer with over 20 years’ experience in the design industry focused on the sectors of commercial workplace, specialist healthcare and financial institution in retail environments. With core expertise in workplace design and project delivery, Michael is also an accredited Green Star Associate with a keen interest in workplace wellness and environmentally sustainable design developed over the past 15 years.

Tracy Lo

BIA (Honours)

Tracy has been working with Group GSA for the last 3 years and has acquired many skills in workplace design, from initial space planning to finishes and furniture selection through to documentation and project completion. She also has experience in educational and high-end residential projects from previous work experiences. As a designer she tries to satisfy clients’ needs and requirement as much as possible, whilst not compromising the design intent.

Dion Wee

BDes (Digital Design), ADipScr&Med, DipIntDigMed

Dion is graphic designer with a background in marketing, storytelling and communications design. Having worked as a freelance designer on a variety of campaigns for a variety of clients, including Honda, Nickelodeon and Monash University, he has extensive experience with working in diverse teams. He is a designer who revels in the details and likes to cross his ‘T’s and dot his ‘I’s.

Pavel Ornelas

BArch, DipProjMgmt

Pavel is a qualified architect and interior designer with over 15 years’ experience in the design industry focused on the sectors of commercial workplace, specialist healthcare and financial institution in retail environments.
In the last 6 years Pavel has specialized in workspace with strong commitments to quality design and optimal project delivery.

Nick Leong



Winnie Dunn

Distinguished Professor, University of Missouri
Department of Occupational Therapy

Vlatka Duric

Clinical psychologist

Andrew Eddy

Co-founder, Untapped, autism advocate