Fergus Egan (b. 1997) is currently studying a Master of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle. His work has been exhibited in Brisbane, Perth, Newcastle and Melbourne in Australia as well as in George Town, Malaysia and Yangon, Myanmar. He works with the design of processes and frameworks to develop projects that are community driven. He has a keen interest in working with communities and heritage to understand a place’s history and context.


2021 - Present The University of Notre Dame, Master of Architecture (MArch)
2016 - 2018 The University of Queensland, Bachelor of Architectural Design (B.ArchDes)
Receipient of Department of Foreign Affairs New Colombo Plan Short Mobility Grant, Singapore and Malaysia


2021 April
Out of the Sea, Perth, Western Australia

2020 March
Pansodan Street Film, Melbourne Design Week 2020, Melbourne, Victoria

2019 December
Point Cloud Video, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Western Australia

2019 November
Council House Point Cloud Video, Civic Vision Exhibition Curated by Leonie Matthews and Nicole Sully, Perth, Western Australia

2019 November
Pansodan Street Film, Perth Urban Screening, Perth, Western Australia

2019 September
Point Cloud Video, Dead Matter Exhibition curated by Michael Chapman and Beth George, Newcastle, New South Wales

2019 January
x, y, z Exhibition, Onespace Gallery, Brisbane, Queensland

2018 June
Lesson from Malaysia Exhibition, Brisbane, Queensland

2018 April
Lessons from Malaysia, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

Professional Experience

2019 - Present: Ongoing Collaboration with SpatialCo
Fremantle Prison Historic Object Documentation, Fremantle, Western Australia
Botanical Cities, Yangon, Myanmar
Yangon Alley Gardens, Yangon, Myanmar
Red Hill Skate Arena Documentation, Brisbane, Queensland
Broadway Hotel Documentation, Brisbane, Queensland

2019 - Present: Collaboration with Matthews McDonald Architects
Research Assistant, Medium Density Historic Overview for Department of Planning, Land and Heritage
Main Street Residence, Redland Bay, Queensland

2018 - 2019: James Davidson Architect


Lessons from Malaysia - UQ Architecture Field Trip Experience 2018’