Mary Ellen Hudson has been practicing in design since 1992 and Architecture since 2007.

Her education includes a Bachelor of Design from UTS, and a Bachelor of Architecture from UNSW.

Her work influence stems from the craft of making - of the putting together of materials and textures. It is influenced by the desire to shed light on form and to enhance the sense of movement in a space.

The majority of her work has been located around the eastern suburbs - Clovelly, Bronte, Bellevue Hill.


Sustainable Architecture and Interiors



Mary Ellen Hudson works very closely with clients to create spaces reflective of them - hence her work to date is quite varied.

With all of her clients Mary Ellen tries to discover how they live, what their priorities are, how they use their current spaces, how they want to change. 

She endeavours to create spaces that are sustainable, practical and purposeful, that are a reflection of the emotional investment they put into their homes. 

other skills

ceramics, painting, drawing, assemblage



Randwick Council 2011 People's Choice  Award for Page and Badrun House 

Randwick Council 2013 Heritage Award for Mason Joseph House

Randwick Council 2013 Alterations and Additions Award for Mason Joseph House

Randwick Council 2013 New Dwelling House Award for Chauvel House

2013 NSW Architecture Awards - Shortlisted for Chauvel House in the Alterations and Additions category

Winner of the 2014 Waverley Council Design and Heritage Award for Springett Residence

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