Medek Architecture is a Brisbane-based architectural practice with experience in Residential, Heritage, Institutional, Interior, Commercial and Multi-Residential projects.
Bruce Medek's strong design talents, ability to accommodate client's needs and desires, experience and in-depth knowledge of construction, industry practice, contracts and standards, along with a commitment to the architectural profession, has provided him with a formidable reputation.
Bruce established Gall and Medek Architects in 1995 with Jim Gall - a practice which in its 14-year history saw the successful completion of many projects on a range of scales. The practice was recognised by numerous professional bodies as well as placing highly in both national and international competitions.
The practice of architecture has always remained a core focus for Bruce, but he has also applied himself to the promotion of the profession. Since late 2002, this interest has led to expanding roles within the Institute of Architects; he became the youngest elected Queensland President of the AIA in 2008. His post-presidency involvement has continued as an elected member of the Board of Architects of Queensland, as well as a member of the Contrac Consultative Committee, a group charged with reviewing new and existing contracts.
Outside of architecture but aligned wuth a desire for a healthy enviroment, Bruce has been a member of the Board of Keep Australia Beautiful Queensland, since 2009. This non-for-profit organisation administers many community projects, including Tidy Towns and Clean and Healthy Beaches.