Farah Madon

Farah Madon

BARCH, RAIA, ACAA, LHA

 

Director Vista Access Architects


ACAA Accredited Access Consultant, Livable Housing and Changing Places registered Assessor

 

 

 

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Professional Affiliations:

  • Accredited member of the Association of Consultants in Access Australia (ACAA). Membership no 281
  • Architect, registered with the NSW Architect's Registration Board. Registration number 6940
  • Member of Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA), A+ Practice member, Membership no 49397
  • Registered Assessor of Livable Housing Australia. Licence no 10032
  • Registered Assessor of Changing Places Australia. Registration no CP006

 

Farah’s Educational Profile and Qualifications include:   

  • Bachelor of Architecture Degree with Honours (B.Arch.)
  • OHS Construction Induction Training Certificate
  • Units PRDAC401A/403A/503A & CPP40811 from Certificate IV in Access Consulting
  • Unit CPP50711 from the Diploma in Access Consulting
  • Changing Places Australia's Training for Assessors

 

Farah currently participates on the following key committees concerning access for people with disabilities, on an honorary basis:

 

Publications:

Farah has provided input into the following publications:

Awards

2017 NSW Disability Access Inclusion Award

Farah Madon along with colleague Howard Moutrie were named Winners of the 2017 NSW Disability Access Inclusion Award in the category of Outdoor Public Domain Space.

The award was presented by the NSW Government department of Family and Community Services (FACS).

Details of the project can be found on the ACAA publication Access Insight.

From Left - Howard Moutrie, Farah Madon and FACS HR Director John Bailey

 

2016 Penrith City Council Access Committee Appreciation Award

Farah Madon was awarded by the Penrith City Council for Valuable Contribution on Penrith City Council's Access Committee in August of 2016.

Farah has served on the Access Committee since 2010. Details of the role of the Access Committee can be found on the Penrith City Council website.

From Left - Penrith Mayor Karen McKeown, Farah Madon and Councillor Jackie Greenow