Ryde Street Stage II creates a small, efficient family home that makes the most of every square centimetre.
Bek discusses how the theme ‘Process, Perseverance, Procrastination’ relates to her practice of architecture for the national Emerging Architect Tour.
Sophie and Bek have extended their support for women in architecture with their involvement in the Findlay Project
Shamus is thrilled to be a member of the jury, and Bek co-creative director, for the 2018 AIA (Tasmania Chapter) Architecture Awards.
The Bence Mulcahy office was buzzing last weekend as more than 80 people dropped in as part of Open House Hobart.
Bence Mulcahy is delighted to announce that Bek Verrier has joined the team. Named Tasmania’s Emerging Architect in 2016, Bek has a track-record working on award-winning projects and an irresistible enthusiasm for great design.
Bence Mulcahy was awarded joint second place in a national competition to design a community hub for Kingston.
Sophie Bence was delighted to be re-elected to the Australia Institute of Architects’ Tasmanian Chapter Council.
Bence Mulcahy’s office is located at Level 1, 42 Newdegate Street above the Providence Cafe. We are happy working away in our sunny studio with the hustle and bustle of cafe life and the view of the mountain’s summit serving as gentle reminders of community and place.