Jessica Selhorst

Architectural Graduate


“Architecture plays an important role in everyone’s daily life and should be something everyone can enjoy.”

Jessica is interested in the theory of speculative design, sociology, and psychology in built environments. When working, Jessica aim to understand the sites context at a micro and macro scale to positively contribute to a sites place, identity and its inhabitants experience (human and non-human).

Jessica was drawn to Arkhefield because of their innate focus on the public realm, the variety of projects and their collective drive to create great places for people. She currently has experience in single detached housing, mixed use development, hospitality, hotels, and is wanting to expand her knowledge further.

Outside of work, you can find Jessica hitting up opshops to find hidden gems.



Qualifications + Affiliations

Bachelor of Design, (Architecture, Honours)
Queensland University of Technology

Master of Architecture
Queensland University of Technology