Kim Crestani has over 32 years’ experience as an architect. In September 2015, Kim was appointed as City Architect, City of Parramatta Council. In this role, she has been a juror on more than 25 design excellence competitions with a combined construction value of AUD $5 billion.
Kim has been appointed to Design Review panels for Transport for NSW, the Sydney Metro and the over-station development at Martin Place, Victoria Cross and Central Station, as well as the Cross River Rail, Brisbane QLD, Urban Design and Architecture Advisory Panel and a range of projects for Sydney University.
In 2006, the RAIA awarded Kim the prestigious Marion Mahony Griffin Award for Distinctive Body of Architectural Work and to Recognise the Contribution of Women Architects to Architecture in New South Wales.
She has also been appointed as a member of the Government Architect's NSW State Design Review Panel, following roles on Urban Design Review Panels for the Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct. Whilst a principal at her award-winning architectural practice Order Architects, she was appointed to the NSW Premier’s taskforce on housing and was a member of six Local Government State Environmental Planning Policy No 65 Panels.