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The winner of 35 awards for architecture and design, he has delivered a considerable number of lectures on architecture and the work of his firm and his projects have been published worldwide. The first monograph on the firm's work Keith Williams: Architecture of the Specific, is published by Images Publishing Group, Mulgrave, Australia.
Williams works internationally on projects in many locations across the globe. He has devoted much of his career to designing projects which include Theatres, Concert Halls and Opera Houses, Civic Buildings, Museums, Art Galleries and Libraries, Private Houses, Residential Towers, Commercial Office projects and City Masterplans. His starting premise is that great architecture is created from the arrangement of simple elements such as light, form, space, scale, and material overlain on each building's primary functional purpose. Coupled with due consideration for scale history and context, Williams' buildings achieve a careful balance between his contemporary designs and the often historic settings of many of his projects.