Carey Lyon is an award-winning architect with more than 20 years experience in all facets of architecture. He has worked and studied in Australia and abroad throughout this time, being a director of high-profile Melbourne architectural practice Lyons for 10 years. He has lectured extensively at universities in Melbourne, has won significant design competitions across Australia, and has received a large number of national and state architectural awards.
Over the past 20 years, Carey has designed a diverse range of projects in Victoria, the ACT and NSW. His most recent work includes the high profile landmark BHP Billiton Global Headquarters Building in central Melbourne. He is also renowned for designing exemplary educational architecture, from regional TAFE colleges to tertiary premises and research centres, having completed more than 30 projects of this kind in Victoria, the ACT and NSW.
Carey invited Gerard Reinmuth to accompany him on the 2007 National Architecture Awards jury. Carey has continued as a mentor and supporter of TERROIR from this point onward. His counsel is regularly sought and generously given on a range of practice and architecture culture issues.