Senior Interior Designer, DIA
B.Design (Interior Design)
"The quality of the interior design effects the quality of how a space is experienced."
Emma Frazer is an accomplished Senior Interior Designer who has lent her expertise to a variety of health, retail and multi-residential projects over the last 10 years.
Emma is fascinated by the experiential consequences of interior design. Whether it be a health care facility, a residential apartment building or a shopping centre, Emma draws parallels between quality interior design and quality of life. She enjoys working within the unique architectural constraints of each project to create spaces that are engaging, have highly resolved detailing, and that most importantly, will have a positive impact on the everyday experience of its occupants.
Her design style, like her own character, exhibits an unassuming intelligence. She is particularly renowned for her innovative use of materials; having a knack for turning the ordinary into something high-impact that will surprise and delight.
Emma provides leadership to the ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s dedicated interiors team and to the wider organisation. She has a collaborative nature which builds bridges and fosters mutually beneficial relationships with clients and team members alike.
Bendigo TAFE Health and Community Centre of Excellence
With two new hospitals opening up in Bendigo, a state-of-the-art training facility was needed to support the region’s growing health industry.
Tribecca Village was created with a bold vision: to provide a delicate balance of urban, natural coastal and rural residential within a living environment.
Monash Health Transition Support Unit
This new single level, community-based service was developed within a residential neighbourhood in Narre Warren South, providing a 10-bed facility for residents with diverse care needs.