Yuri Leong and Anthony Maish are YL architecture.
ACT Reg No 2491
B Des, B Arch
Yuri studied design and architecture at the University of Sydney, graduating with the George McRae Prize in Construction and the finalist for the Partridge Prize for Structures. Before establishing YL Architecture, Yuri worked for Kieran McInerney Architect in Sydney where she was involved in all stages of design, documentation and construction for high-end houses. She also worked for May + Russell Architects where she gained significant experience working with varied sites, complex briefs with numerous stakeholders. She has been the design and project architect for a number of projects varying from community health centres, primary schools to an Introductory English Centre.
An all-rounded designer, Yuri looks at all aspects of a project as a whole – the architecture is considered with equal importance to the interiors, finishes, furniture and artwork, and how everything relates to its surrounding environment: especially in terms of light, texture and volume.
Yuri is an active member of the Australian Institute of Architects with involvement in the Sustainability Committee, the National Emerging Architects and Graduates Network (EmAGN) and the Small Practice Group.
Cert III Carpentry,
Cert IV Building and Construction (Estimating),
B Sc (Sustainability Science)
Anthony is a graduate of the Australian National University and has meticulous attention to detail. With a background in carpentry, joinery, trusses and frames, he has knowledge and experience with a wide range of timbers and materials.
His calm and pragmatic view on all aspects of design, efficiency and buildability ensure the highest standard is achieved at all stages of the project.