Our sense of belonging to Tasmania deeply influences our practice and philosophy.
The varied, beautiful landscape of this state, and its strong sense of community, has instilled in us the belief that every project has a responsibility to its physical, social and cultural environment.
Isolation is a virtue, we believe: it fosters creativity and curiosity. It encourages ingenuity, and interest in both ‘here’ and ‘elsewhere’.
This is at the heart of who we are and how we work. We engage both our clients and the broader community. We examine a project’s possibilities and push the boundaries. We create unique and distinctive buildings that make a difference.
We believe architecture should be driven by a spirit of generosity.
We support the architectural community.
We are committed to the continued improvement of our services for our clients as evidenced with our ISO accreditation.
We want to continue to be involved in community projects where stakeholders have the opportunity to shape their outcomes.
We aim to map the carbon impact of our office.
We strive for gender equity.
We want to improve our cultural awareness of the traditional owners of the land on which we work.
We expand the architectural potential of all projects, do not limit ourselves to particular types of projects, and do not preference large projects over small.
We approach every project with a spirit of collaboration, enthusiasm and curiosity.
We create beautiful, practical and responsible architecture.
Photos by Jonathan Wherrett