Director, March Studio
Rodney Eggleston is an Australian architect and a founding director of March Studio. Rodney is design focused and employs a hands-on approach from concept to completion. Rodney’s passion is to challenge the archaic methods of the building industry. His drive and vision are what motivate the team around him to deliver projects that continue to excel with relentless consistency.
As a lead architect at March Studio, Rodney has been recognised with a number of awards, for residential, public, and commercial projects including Brent Knoll, The Mullet, Somers Beach House, and The Compound House which was awarded the Harold Desbrowe-Annear award in 2018. Hotel Hotel and the Kingborough Community Hub received National Awards in the Interior and Public categories respectively, and the Jackalope Pavilion received an award in the small category.
In 2019 Eggleston was awarded the National Emerging Architect’s prize, for advancing the profession’s role within the public arena.