Hobart, Tasmania Architects
- 14 Molle Street HobartTAS7000505010
Kate and Rosa here...welcome to MGA.I As a small practice we devote time to ensure that each project is resolved and supported with a high level of coordination and documentation to achieve the highest quality. We enjoy working with our clients to achieve their vision within their budget constraints. Our philosophies and work ethic are conducive with meticulous and comprehensive detailed design. We strongly believe that every element incorporated in our buildings should have a functional or structural purpose. We see every project as a whole and can offer additional assistance in interior architecture, bespoke furniture design, and landscape design.
- 1/127 Greville St, Prahran, VIC Level 1, 60 Cameron St, Launceston, TASSuite 2, Level 2, 147 Macquarie Street7000
Cumulus Studio is an award-winning emerging architecture practice with offices in Hobart, Launceston and Melbourne. The studio includes 16 registered architects specialising in heritage, urban design, and interior architecture all working collaboratively across our three office locations. Although the practice has only been operating since November 2011, the team have already completed several high profile, award-winning projects in the tourism, education and residential sectors and are currently working on a number of exciting civic, recreation and commercial proposals.
We are a responsive and energetic practice, focussed on meeting our client’s budget and programme requirements. Our mission is: TO PROVIDE PRACTICAL, INTELLIGENT AND CREATIVE SOLUTIONS TO OUR CLIENTS THROUGH THE DELIVERY OF ECONOMICALLY, ENVIRONMENTALLY AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BUILDINGS. We work across a range of project types and scales, principally in Tasmania and Victoria, including government, hospitality, single and multiple residential projects, mixed developments and shop, office and interior fitouts. We have offices in Melbourne and Hobart and are also registered and currently working in NSW and Queensland.
Room11 has a reputation for creating exquisite and specific architecture in Tasmania . A sensitivity to, and preoccupation with, the superlative Tasmanian landscape typifies our work which includes D’Entrecasteaux House, Lighthouse, GASP!, Highway House, Lookout House and Little Big House. The architecture of Room11 has been widely published and can be found in books by Taschen, Gestalten and Thames & Hudson. Room11 exhibited at La Biennale di Venezia, 2018.
Misho + Associates have developed a strong relationship with their clients who value the teams ability to both listen to their requirements and ensure that the first principles of the design are never overlooked – from micro conditions through to macro: a lamp fitting to an airport terminal.
- LongHouse 6 Evans StreetHobartTAS7000
Established in 2002, Core Collective is an award-winning Architecture & Design studio based in Hobart, Tasmania. We approach each new project with a fresh outlook, responding to its unique qualities and requirements. We collaborate with others in the construction and creative industries, delivering projects that achieve excellent ecological and design outcomes.
- 2/160 New Town Rd New TownTAS7008
At Spark Design Lab we believe in developing site-specific designs that respond to the ‘Genius Loci’ or the sense of place of the site. Once the character of the site is fully understood and appreciated then we can deliver a building that is sympathetic to these inherent qualities. Through doing this we aim to create a building that is more than the sum of its parts. We will take your project from an initial spark of an idea, fostering the concept throughout the various phases and hold points so that your vision can become a reality.
Maguire + Devine Architects is a young and dynamic architecture studio based in Hobart, Tasmania, with projects all over Australia. Hugh Maguire and Dan Devine's shared values about social architecture and sustainability lead them to apply a contemporary design sensibility to form, space and material, responsive to context and climate.
- Level 7 65 Murray Street Hobart HobartTAS7000
A Workshop is a small, multi-disciplinary practice established by Paul Wakelam. The workshop covers architecture, sculpture, landscape design, graphic design, set/installation/design and performance, and strategic thinking. The practice operates from a studio in Launceston, Tasmania and Toodyay, Western Australia. Project management and implementation take place in parallel with model making, prototyping and experimentation with ideas, materials and manufacturing processes.
- 176a Campbell Street HobartTAS7000
We are a design studio providing the full range of architectural consultancy services. Our wholistic approach balances the requirements of the client, site, environment and technology. Ideas can be developed from the initial sketch design stage through to the completion of your project, including post-contract services. We are currently involved in a wide range of projects, including residential, multi-unit developments, commercial fitouts and refurbishments.
- the Ordnance Store 21 Castray EsplanadeBattery PointTAS7004
JAWSARCHITECTS, one of Tasmania’s most dynamic and enterprising team of architects and designers, has evolved from the architectural practice founded by Harry Hope in the 1930s. The practice encourages an interactive and collaborative design process within the office to produce exciting ideas that draw from a wide range of experiences. The present directors of the company are Neal Mackintosh, David Button and Scott Verdouw, joined by associates Fiona Graham and Catherine Williams. JAWS is based in Hobart, however our staff carry out commissions all around Tasmania, with interstate work undertaken in collaboration with mainland colleagues. Our work covers tourism, recreation, education, health, local government, commercial and residential sectors as well as urban design, interior design and building conservation projects. We actively pursue a diversity of projects and are highly regarded for our fiscal management and our ability to produce economic, efficient buildings whilst maintaining a passionate commitment to design excellence and the needs of the client. The firm’s commitment to quality of design is substantiated by the numerous awards and commendations it has received in recent years. The company launched JAWS2 (we design things) as a discrete business unit operating independently and offering design services complementary to JAWS, enriching the spirit of our architecture.
- Level 2 100 Collins StreetHobartTAS7000
ehabitat is a modular, prefabricated building system that can be tailored to suit your requirements and your environment. It combines true sustainability with beautiful, modern aesthetics.
Liminal Studio is a creative ‘think-tank’ comprising Liminal Architecture, Liminal Graphics and Liminal Spaces. Liminal Studio formed in response to directors Elvio Brianese, Tracey Allen and Peta Heffernan’s shared passion for collaborative design driving conceptual thinking with no limits to unveil and explore what can be. We embrace and acknowledge the value of different disciplines and the pooling of ideas. This holistic approach lies at the core of our design philosophy ensuring that your team is the end beneficiary of superior and engaging design solutions. Intrinsic to our design approach is the generation of ideas through collaborative exchange and how these collectively unite and work together for the best outcomes.