Liz Kuiper

Senior Associate, RAIA

BA (Arch)

"What does a school of the future look like? This is a question I always find exciting.”

Liz Kuiper is a highly valued leader within ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s education team. A natural people person and a custodian of our founder’s people-focused values, she takes a collaborative approach, working with schools and stakeholders to mould learning environments of the 21st century. 

Liz has played a pivotal role in developing ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s unique internal culture, its reputation for delivering on time and to budget, and for the creation of progressive learner-centric outcomes that place schools at the heart of communities. Her approach is holistic, combining built form, interior design and external landscapes. 

Liz's primary role is to guide the team from vision to delivery. Her day to day involves a diversity of tasks that include finding design solutions for the myriad of unique problems and puzzles that arise along the way. Her core objective is to ensure that the final built environment will deliver the pedagogical requirements of each school and in turn, provide learners with a space that allows them to learn in a way that suits their individual style and needs.

Selected Work

Chc Armstrong Creek School 05 Chc Armstrong Creek School 05

Victorian New Schools PPP

The schools also feature a clear emphasis on diversity and inclusivity, ensuring equitable access for all abilities.

Chc Coatesville Primary School Redevelopment 06 Chc Coatesville Primary School Redevelopment 06

Coatesville Primary School

The design of the new Junior Learning Centre provides agile learning environments that support a range of teaching modalities including individual, small group, seminar and collaborative work, outdoor learning as well as incorporating a dedicated resource area.