Architecture Associates creates spaces for cultural exchange.
We design galleries, museums, libraries, learning environments, community centres, theatres, workplaces, studios and living spaces for private, public and institutional clients.
A community building that extends its collection to include native flora atop its roof, and welcomes fauna that may come and go as part of the broader ecology.
A series of new civic spaces for people to meet and connect in.
Art gallery, community and education spaces at Federation Square engage in 60,000 years of lived history, placing Victoria's Indigenous culture at the centre of the city.
A proposal for Barangaroo Pier Pavilion; a public shelter to host a variety of cultural events.
Ecologically significant and privileged to include registered cultural heritage, our design celebrated history through an invigorating process of restoration and renewal.
Re-imagining a Melbourne heritage-listed conservatory to perform the multiple roles of family home, art display and cinema for this creative client.
A transformative community precinct project that includes spaces for sports, leisure and culture.
Art gallery plays role in preserving and reinvigorating industrial heritage
A unique art gallery embedded into the rolling foothills of the Dandenong Ranges. A place to encounter the arts and nature.
Our entry to the National Gallery of Victoria's (NGV) annual architecture commission competition this year reflected on the tumultuous two-year period that has been at home.
Studio and office spaces for creative practices in a converted Victorian terrace shopfront and home, in Fitzroy.
An inner-city industrial building re-purposed into a manufacturing hub and arts centre.
This artist studio in Eltham creates working-zone for Melbourne-based visual artist among mature gum tree's.
A substantial re-working of former worker's cottage against backdrop of steep riverside embankment for Melbourne-based artist and young family.
The Environmental Research Institute is located at the crux of wet and dry landscapes in Western Australia.
A proposal for a creative industries hub to encourage the survival of the commercial arts industry in the inner city suburb of Abbotsford.
Warehouse conversion from light-weight industrial factory into a working, living and storage facility for two Australian visual artists.
Fusing contemporary materials with objects that provoke curiosity, this design store subtly reveals past histories, aligning itself to a brand that engages deeply with cultural textile traditions.
National Gallery of Victoria's (NGV) annual architecture commission competition entry. Our proposal occupies a vital midpoint between the NGV and its future Contemporary site.
A fleeting exhibition offering conceptual alternatives and provocation to issues relating to our under-utilised built environment.
A series of connected rooms arranged to encourage a multi-generational communal living model.
A mixed-use recreation facility; our proposal incorporates Korean cultural activities alongside sports courts, promoting a holistic view of community well-being.
Design for an innovation and creativity hub, in response to the Adelaide Creative Hub competition. The building provides a centrally located, vertically stacked program which hosts a diversity of cultural, commercial and free space.