Profile

Profile

Grayspace is a multi-faceted consultancy service that looks to provide evidence based design solutions. We balance the oftenconflicting needs of clients, local authorities and other key stakeholders by presenting innovating design solutions founded on established research and evidence. The Grayspace story started in 2012 as a small group of like-minded, multi-disciplinary designers who wanted to develop a new methodology to provide innovative, social and ethical responses within the built environment. We saw a lack of qualitative and quantitative evidence being used in the development processes and endeavored to bridge this gap by developing a collaborative business model that focused on providing market driven solutions for our clients with buy-in from our stakeholders.

At Grayspace, we provide integrated expertise in architecture, landscape design, urban design and town planning. Combined with a highly collaborative approach we provide purposeful solutions specific to each project that make the built environment safer, cheaper, and more human centered. At Grayspace we believe well researched evidence can lead to improved economic, social, environmental and cultural outcomes.

 

Ajith Kuruvilla

Ajith is an experienced architect and urban designer with over 15 years’ experience in project delivery of personalised community based projects of varying scales with challenging stakeholders. Ajith has project experience is Commercial, Institutional, Mixed Use, Residential, Education and Transport projects in Australia and in the United Kingdom.

Ajith’s particular interests are in collaborative and evidence based design strategy for sustainable, urban development. These include projects that involve the design of public and community infrastructure and mass housing projects.
Ajith has held positions of leadership in successful teams as part of recent associations with Daryl Jackson Architects and HBO+EMTB which involved the successful delivery of BER projects, Melbourne Park Redevelopment, Box Hill Hospital and Crown Casino all of which had project budgets of over $100 million.