About Us

Our team brings together science and built environment

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Our team is passionate about the human side of built environment, constantly developing innovative ways to value the human experience and create healthy spaces.

The concept for Rate My Space came from research into user experience and healthy buildings, some key opportunities were found:

  • Ability to create better spaces using feedback from users
  • Unrealised health & productivity improvements in buildings
  • Opportunities to apply better science to design
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A pilot project with Curtin University saw the development of a software platform which could gather vast amounts of data from end users for use in building management and planning.

From then we have been growing, bringing human insights about buildings to organisations.

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Our fantastic team

  • Dr Samantha Hall Founder, MD

    Samantha has over ten years experience working in private sector, academic and government roles. She holds a PhD in sustainable building with a focus on improving and integrating occupant experience into design, planning and facilities management.

  • Tony Nguyen Organisational & Environmental Psychology Consultant

    By way of an Mpsych (Org) degree, Tony has a background in organisational development, environmental psychology, and behavioural economics. His passion lies at the application of psychological science to and innovative tech to solve social and organisational problems.

  • Aram Kocharyan Developer

    Aram is a software engineer from the urban planning and property sector, Aram focuses on full-stack web application development and integration across client and server-side architectures.

  • Colin Henley
    Colin Henley Architect

    Colin is an experienced in sustainable, eco-efficient architecture ranging from preparing NatHERS assessments for single-residential projects to his work on commercial and multi-residential projects pursuing Green Star certification.