One of Melbourne’s longest running Architectural firms operating out of Kew, McIntyre Partnership has been lead by current director Professor R. P. McIntyre since 1953. Notable projects include the Melbourne Olympic Pool, Parliament Station, Dinner Plain Alpine Village and the River House.
Established in 2008 by Mark Simpson and Damien Mulvihill, our Melbourne based studio creates buildings and spaces for the hospitality, retail, residential, commercial and institutional sectors.
Established in 2016 to bring together architecture, interiors & conceptual design. Our projects are independent of scale, with creativity as its most valuable asset.
Jo Normoyle and Harry Lambis specialise in residential design.
Andrew Croxon, Catherine Ramsay.
Michael Spponer and co. have completed a thorough look at through the archives of Frederick Romberg and distilled it into a small series of posters and a video. In April 2013 you can see these in the windows of the RMIT Design Archives, next to the Design Hub on the corner of Swanson and Victoria Streets. It might last a while longer online here.
Ben Waters and Will Loft.
We provide solutions to problems across a range of creative disciplines and scales that embody an energetic, creative & dynamic response to the many complexities that make up the contemporary built environment.
Chan Architecture has completed a number of successful residential projects across Melbourne, including renovations and extensions, new houses and multi-unit developments.
Sibling is an architecture practice that makes people’s lives better. We do this by creating environments, experiences and strategies that respond to social needs and desires, making everyday life easier, more engaging, and more fun.
Simon Whibley’s practice merged with Workshop Architecture in about 2016.
“OpenHAUS is founded on the premise that architecture is a tool for thinking and a media for communication.”
Juliet Moore and Ben Edwards, operating out of an old electroplating factory in Fitzroy.
[ In early 2019, the Thorntons’ older website was still available here: http://www.thorntonarchitecture.com/ ]