Dion Seminara, Principal (Architect)

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Dion Seminara, Principal (Architect)

Qualifications

1990 – Bachelor of Architecture with Honours from Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane)
1991 – Registered Practicing Architect. (Search the Architects Rolls here.)
1992 – Licensed Home and General Building Contractor
Member of the Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA)
Dion Seminara has 20 years of practical industry experience in design and construction and is recognised as a highly qualified industry professional with a number of HIA and other architect awards.

From 1984-1992 Dion worked with several reputable Brisbane-based architectural practices gaining experience and multiple perspectives. His work included design, documentation and administration on a variety of commissions, including a major University of Queensland office building, Somerville House College chapel, a sports complex , and a boarding facility and a variety of retail, apartment and individual housing projects.

From 1993 to 2002 Dion was the founding partner in private-practice ArcStyle, completing a variety of projects with an emphasis on residential design including 40 units on Stradbroke Island, a $6m refurbishment and additions to a heritage listed home at Auchenflower, a $4m new home at Mt Nebo, and a $1m house refurbishment at Buderim. Click to view a selection of residential renovations and new home designs in our project gallery.

In 2003, Dion founded Dion Seminara Architecture and the evidence of Dion’s unique ability to cater to specific building design and construction requirements is contained on this website. You are invited to browse the gallery and visit the testimonial page to gain an overview of some of his many satisfied clients.
2008 Registered in Northern Territory as practicing architect.

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