Michael Queale is a registered architect and heritage advisor with over twenty-five years’ of acknowledged experience in heritage assessment, architectural conservation and adaptive design expertise in Australia and abroad. Michael holds a Deakin Master of Cultural Heritage, is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Adelaide and is actively involved in Australia ICOMOS. He was co-convenor of the Australian ICOMOS conference, FABRIC 2015. Michael has a continuing interest in SA architectural history, materials conservation, heritage assessment policy and also contemporary contextual design.
Michael has been a past member of the Executive Committee (2009-2015) and has rejoined the Committee in 2017 to help further the cause of ICOMOS, provide some continuity with the past and assist in the development of new projects.
He has also recently changed jobs after 15 years and is now a Senior Conservation Architect and Officer with the State Heritage Unit of the SA Dept of Environment, Water and Natural Resources.