“nettletontribe is a national practice which has specialised in the design and planning of buildings and estates for over 40 years.”
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.
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 is a design-focused architectural office specialising in high quality residential projects across Melbourne.”
“Price Williams Architects is engaged in providing professional services for the design of residential, multi-residential, commercial, and public Architecture.”
“All members of SIBLING are architecturally educated, and additional fields of study/expertise include but are not limited to landscape, urbanism, visual communication, economics, cultural analysis and the culinary arts. SIBLING maintains active practice across the globe, with various members residing internationally at certain times. Working from within the changing environment, SIBLING approach the critical dimensions to each project through interdisciplinary and participatory formations.”
“OpenHAUS is founded on the premise that architecture is a tool for thinking and a media for communication.”
“Weir Phillips Architects has an individual approach when it comes to design. We know that one size doesn’t fit all; we tailor our approach to clients’ needs, requirements and desires.”
Our problem, as architects, is that we are yet to come to terms with this place. Some call it landscape others call it country. Australian cities were laid out on what was mistaken for a blank canvas. On some occasions there was the consideration of the landscape when it presented insurmountable physical obstacles. The architecture since has continued to work on its piece of a constantly blank canvas.
Kevin O’Brien writing in Monument, 2011
“Bennett and Trimble practices architecture and urbanism. The office has completed a broad range of projects in the public and private domain including a competition-winning proposal for the Gold Coast Civic and Cultural Precinct.”