Born in the UK (1971) and emigrated to Perth Australia in 1986. I studied
architecture at Curtin University in Perth from 1996-2000 during which time I
maintained academic positions and regular practice based work.
After university i worked at Donaldson + Warn Architects in Perth before moving
to work in Germany at Behnisch and Partners, and then Auer + Weber Architekten.
In 2003 i moved to The Netherlands to work with Claus en Kaan Architecten.
Following my previous experience in competition work in Germany my initial role was as
an architect on competition teams. I also produced all visual material whilst working on
the competitions. In 2004 Felix Claus and I decided to focus my role within the office in
producing all visual material for both competitions and projects. This role included utilising
an extensive knowledge base and interest in reference images of both art and architecture.
In 2008 when receiving a commission for a private house I founded gabriëls webb, the
project was completed together with Kirsten Gabriëls whilst both still working at other offices.
In 2010 I decided to focus fulltime on gabriëls webb - a practice that builds on the experience
of my 10 year working history and provides both visuals for architects as well as actual built works.
Terry Farrell & Partners, London, GB, Associate
kirsten gabriëls james webb, owner
providing visualisation material for architects
completed renovation and new build works
Claus en Kaan Architecten, Architect/visualiser
Initially worked as design architect on competitions.
Role developed into providing all visual material, and designing through visualisation.
Auer + Weber + Assoziierte, Architect
contract worker on Chinese project - Anting Town
Behnisch Architekten, Architect
Team member on numerous competition entries
Team member on project Genzyme in Boston.
Team member on project CCBR Lab in Toronto
Donaldson + Warn, Architects, Architect
Team member on Kings Park Walkway.
Project Leader on Palandri Winery extension
Team member on Mindari College
Curtin University of Technology, Bachelors, Bachelor of App Sc
WA Nelson prize 1998, 1st Place
Highest Ranked Student in 3rd year