Kate Woodman


Kate graduated with a Masters of Architecture from Deakin University in 2012. In her final year at university she was one of six nominated for the Graduate Award and was the recipient of the Peddle Thorp Award recognising excellence in her Final Year Studio Project. Kate’s Masters thesis analysed the Australian built environment’s complex relationship with national identity and culture. This relationship continues to be of interest to Kate in her professional work.

At CODA, Kate has been part of team that delivered the upgrade to the library at St Stephen’s School and the Claisebrook Design Collective. She is currently leading the design and documentation of the activation of Murdoch University’s Peel campus.

Kate's Recent Work

  • Projects

    St. Stephen’s Primary School Upgrade

    A bright and playful design to enhance the learning experience at St. Stephen’s Primary School

    Adaptive reuse + refurbishment, Education & Learning, Interiors
  • Projects

    Claisebrook Design Community

    A contemporary co-working space and community hub inspired by the texture and robustness of industrial design.

    Adaptive reuse + refurbishment, Commercial, Hospitality, Workplace