Isabelle Aileen Toland
Isabelle graduated from the University of Sydney with Class 1 Honours (2003). She has worked for award winning practices both in Sydney and overseas, including renowned Japanese architect Shigeru Ban in his Paris office. Upon returning to Australia, she spent several years with Neeson Murcutt Architects, acting as project director on the Castlecrag House (AIA Robin Boyd Award 2011) and Prince Alfred Park upgrade (AIA Walter Burley Griffin Award, AIA NSW Lloyd Rees Award). Isabelle has worked on a highly diverse range of projects from the inner city to the remote outback. She has taught, lectured and spoken about art and architecture at numerous institutions including UTS, the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA), the Art Gallery of NSW and Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. Isabelle is a recipient of the Sydney University Medal, the RAIA Design Medal Commendation and the Byera Hadley Student Travelling Scholarship.

Amelia Sage Holliday
Amelia is a graduate of the Architectural Association in London (2012) and the University of New South Wales (2004). Prior to co-founding Aileen Sage Architects she worked at a number of award winning architectural practices in Sydney including Tonkin Zuilakha Greer, Architect Marshall and Neeson Murcutt Architects. Whilst at Neeson Murcutt Architects she was project architect on the Whale Beach House (AIA Wilkinson Award 2009), Stanmore Public School Library (AIA NSW Architecture Award 2011) and the Juanita Nielsen Centre upgrade. Amelia is a registered architect in NSW and actively involved in the architectural community. She is regularly engaged in teaching and critique at all three schools of architecture in Sydney. Amelia is a recipient of the UNSW University Medal, the NSW Board of Architects Medallion, and the Dulux Study Tour for emerging architects.