REDFERN NSW Archive

Ostinga Architecture

Ostinga Architecture is an emerging Sydney design office with diverse experience in a range of projects. Founded in 1996 by principal architect David Ostinga. Ostinga Architecture has established a reputation as a dynamic, innovative, creative, capable and forward thinking office, successfully combining the two disparate strands of architecture - theory and practice. The office's strength …

Michael Bremner Pty Ltd

We are a small architectural and interiors studio focusing on residential, interior and small scale commercial and apartment projects. Our architectural style is derived from our response to the Client's brief, tailored to meet their dreams and needs. While we will work to preserve older (parts of) buildings, our aesthetic style is modern, using colour, …

Architects Johannsen & Associates Pty Ltd

Since 1988 AJA has delivering creative, progressive outcomes for projects in urban design, architecture and building interiors through a design ethos that synthesises investigation and technology with creativity and communication to achieve solutions that have a sustainable base to underpin later stages of project implementation. Focusing on quality output that can exceed expectations and promote …

Melocco & Moore Architects

Melocco and Moore are aa award winning design-based practice . The company was formed in 1993 and completed projects include community centres, sporting facilities, child care centres, single and multiple housing projects and residential alterations and additions. The company has won a number of awards for this work. The Directors, David Melocco and Phil Moore …

Stukel Stone

Stukel Stone approaches projects inspired by the interplay between reality and fiction and was formed by Architect Daniel Stukel Beasly and Set & Costume Designer Tobhiyah Stone Feller. The dialogue between Architecture and Performance Design offers contradictions, complexities and themes that strongly inform their practice such as; temporality vs permanence and lived experience vs imagination. …