DesignInc is delighted to welcome Brisbane-based practice Trapp Architects to the DesignInc group as of 1 July 2022. Trapp Architects is a long established firm with young and progressive leadership, with Di…
Two of our recent projects—Ultimo Public School and Ramlegh Park Primary School—have been recognised in a range of 2022 awards, cementing DesignInc as leaders in education design.
Byron Bay Transport Interchange received two Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) Awards 2022.
Moreland Mayor Mark Riley officially opened the Hub with a speech, following a Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony.
DesignInc Sydney is thrilled to announce the launch of our first ‘Innovate’ Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), committing to practical actions to strengthen relationships, create mutual respect improve the opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.
Cameron Martin heads up the education and health portfolios in the DesignInc Sydney studio. We talked with Cameron about his journey as a designer, his motivations, and life outside architecture.
Senior management and future leaders at DesignInc Adelaide came together to create a common language to engage, mentor and develop our design team, and achieve our business strategy.
The Melbourne studio announces a fourth director and a new associate to strengthen our leadership team.
DesignInc Sydney is thrilled to have received the 2021 UDIA NSW Diversity and Inclusion Award. With high levels of cultural diversity, gender equity at Director level, a fully funded First Nations architectural scholarship, Nguluway DesignInc partnership and a range of progressive policies, we are proud of our achievements.
Born from three Australian architecture and design practices coming together in 2000, DesignInc is a powerful union of design talent, professional expertise, and multidisciplinary skills.
The Adelaide studio announces a new Executive Leadership Team that will ensure its continued success within the architecture industry in South Australia.
As of the 2019–20 financial year, our Melbourne studio has been entirely carbon neutral in our operations.
The Melbourne studio announces five new senior leadership positions, strengthening our team as we work toward our vision to create Australia’s healthiest buildings.
Research continues to demonstrate that inclusion and diversity in the workplace benefits not only the internal culture, but also outcomes such as creativity, strategic thinking, productivity and profit. In other words it’s a win-win for teams, clients, projects and the business.
Lodi Van Eeghen joined the DesignInc Sydney residential architecture team three years ago, and recently became an Associate. We talked with Lodi about drawing, studying architecture in Holland, family, and his motivations as a designer.
The traditional library experience is evolving from a model centred around collections and borrowing to one that prioritises social connection.
Transport infrastructure projects change lives. Yet they are complex to get right, requiring a balance of technical requirements with considerations such as heritage, accessibility, bushfire, landscape, urban and local community contexts.
Housing affordability remains a vexing issue in NSW. The COVID19 pandemic has seen more households unable to service their housing costs, putting a spotlight on the issue.
The building sits beautifully within its parkland setting. With its mix of zones and well-planned spaces, the library presents delightful views for its visitors to enjoy.
Bringing 20 years’ of local and international experience to grow a positive legacy in the Western Australian built environment.
Paul Wallace is an Architect and Principal at DesignInc Sydney. We met up with Paul to discuss architecture, design, travel, vinyl and classic cars.
The DesignInc Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne studios are setting new benchmarks in education typologies.
Ellen Wilkinson joined our Melbourne studio in September 2019, bringing her experience and passion for education design to our expanding portfolio.
A new Community and Recreation Hub will provide individual, social and economic benefits to the people of Mount Gambier.
We are proud to announce the first donor-funded scholarship supporting an Indigenous Australian student in Western Sydney University’s faculty of Architecture.
A state-of-the-art clinical building focused on the needs of patients receiving specialty care.
For the last few years DesignInc Sydney has been on a journey to increase female representation across all levels within the company.
Alive Catholic Early Care and Learning Centre is a colourful, fun and engaging environment for preschool children.
A design that takes cues from the diverse experience of Jewish identity.
Nestled in the idyllic countryside, this cellar door offers visitors a memorable wine tasting and brand experience.
A design that embraces the central Australian terrain to showcase local research and knowledge.
Biophilic design creates architecture and urban spaces that are inspired by or imitate the natural environment.
Principal Landscape Architect Steven Holmes joined DesignInc Sydney in 2019, bringing his passion for landscape design to our practice.
Principal Urban Designer Lynne Hancock joined DesignInc Sydney’s urban design and planning team in 2019, bringing her wide range of experience and expertise.
A health centre for local people, designed with the community in mind.
Tom Fletcher has been interested in architecture since he was young, growing up in Sydney as well as living in Germany and England.
A STEM-focused and contemporary vertical school in a beautiful parkland setting, combining science and nature.
At Bio21 Institute Nancy Millis Building we created a series of spaces where researchers can collaborate.
Royal Adelaide Hospital received three awards for public, sustainable and interior architecture.
Reinvigorated pedagogies are driving the need for reimagined student spaces and innovative learning environments.
The adoption of biophilic design principles invites students to inhabit and enjoy the spaces and remain on campus for longer.
The article draws on biophilia and technology for the benefit of healthcare and wellbeing.
Western Australia’s primary processing and distribution hub.
An awarded highlight of our science and research portfolio.
Shellharbour City Library is a vibrant community and cultural hub.
Championing wellbeing through calming design.
‘…inspired by the way new forest plants utilise older host trees as support.’
While our commitment to biophilic design is strong, we also value the incorporation of old and new.
The first new commercial building in Australia to be awarded 6 Star Green Star rating by the GBCA.
The ‘landscaped spine’ runs through the centre of the building, defining spaces for either passive or active use.
The courtyard functions as an ecosystem – emphasising a strong connection with nature.
A state-of-the-art sustainable precinct designated for significant residential growth.