Peter Ho leads the PHOOEY Architects team. He co-ordinates all aspects of the consultancy and is the primary point of contact for the commission. He is responsible for the hands-on direction of the detailed briefing, concept design and planning work.
Before the formation of PHOOEY, Peter had a hands-on role in community, commercial, multi-residential, renovations; and extensions and interiors in private practice.
On television, Peter is a judge on Network Ten’s new show “The Renovators”. He used to be a judge on ABC’s “New Inventors”. This experience has further developed his communication skills, facilitation skills, value and appreciation of great Australian design ideas.
Peter has more than fifteen years of architectural experience on multi-million dollar major building projects ranging from high-rise towers in Ho Chi Minh City and New York, the opera house in Cardiff Bay, multi-residential apartments in Melbourne and Spittelau, and houses and beach houses in Melbourne and London for renowned international design practices of architecture including Zaha Hadid in London, Denton Corker Marshall in Hong Kong and both Gregory Burgess and Edmond & Corrigan in Melbourne. As a project architect, Peter has coordinated teams of architects as well as individually completed projects from the beginning to the very end.
Peter writes about architecture and academically has been a sessional subject coordinator, lecturer and tutor at the University of Melbourne and RMIT University discussing the environmental history of Australia, and the aesthetic, climatic and sustainable opportunities for project management, architectural design and building construction within our environment in both the Department of Architecture as well as the Department of Property, Construction & Project Management.