Sarah Lebner is a Canberra architect who registered at 26 and became the Principal Architect at multidisciplinary firm Light House Architecture and Science by the age of 28. She's now 31 and has been shortlisted for the international design competition Capithetical; tutored undergraduate and postgraduate architecture students in design, practice and sustainable technology at the University of Canberra; consults on the Design Advisory Panel for Canberra Metro, and; has participated in volunteer construction programs in Kenya and the Solomon Islands. This book is Sarah's latest project, allowing her to bring her mentoring skills and energy for helping students kick-start their career to a wider audience.
"I wish I had this book when first encountering the bewildering world of professional architecture." - Warwick Mihaly (Mihaly Slocombe Architects), Director of ArchiTeam architects' association."This book will allow you to remove those training wheels and stay upright from day one. A diverse guide with humble accounts of the reality of starting a career in architecture." - Rob Henry (Rob Henry Architects), ACT Emerging Architect of the Year 2014, National President of EmAGN 2015-2016."Heading to your first architecture job? This is a must-have handbook to decipher your early employment, and help you stand out awesomely." - Amelia Lee, Founder of 'The Undercover Architect'