151 Clarence Street

The design for the redevelopment of 151 Clarence Street creates a new 17 storey 5 Star Green Star A-Grade commercial address at the gateway to the emerging western corridor of central Sydney.

Victoria University of Wellington Campus Hub & Library

This project looks to align existing library facilities with international best practice and integrate them into the new Hub to create a heart for the Victoria University of Wellington Kelburn Campus.

Dunstan Grove, Lindfield

The buildings form and position respond to the site topography providing a distinctive line between the building and the bush.

The Women’s College New Student Accommodation

The Women’s College is a place where women from different cultural, social and economic backgrounds come together and live in an encouraging,supported and relaxed environment whilst undertaking their various fields of academic pursuit at the University of Queensland, St. Lucia campus.

Kerrisdale Gardens Aged Care Community

Kerrisdale Gardens will be a familiar place where residents can feel both ‘at home‘ and part of an identifiable community.

General Medical Training, Townsville

This facility hosts professionals from remote inland and coastal northern Queensland for week long training programs.

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14 November 2018

The Architectus designed gallery upgrades and exhibitions at the Papua New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery were recently opened by the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne and the PNG Minister for Tourism, Arts & Culture Emil Tammur.

13 November 2018

At the recent New Zealand Architecture Awards in Wellington, two Architectus projects were recognised which included one project winning the John Scott Award for Public Architecture.

5 November 2018

Macquarie University’s Incubator wins Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) National Architecture Award for Education, and temporary fit out MAZE C7A wins DIA Award for Built Environment, Education.

23 October 2018

The new central library is a visually stunning symbol of hope, unity and rebirth that will fundamentally change the way residents and visitors experience Christchurch’s city centre.
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