NMBW Architecture Studio
NMBW Architecture Studio is a design practice established in Melbourne in 1997, with an emphasis on urban engagement and culturally-specific design. Our working process is a lively collaboration between the three directors, clients, particular site conditions and various local traditions. NMBW’s projects have been published in leading national and international journals, including Architecture Australia, Architectural Review Australia and Casabella. They have received a number of awards from the Australian Institute of Architects, including the Regional Prize for contribution to rural and regional Victoria, and the Melbourne Prize for significant contribution to the public realm.
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Elwood, Vic, 2008
A small but highly visible addition to a private house on the edge of the Elwood Canal.
RMIT Building 45
Carlton, Vic, 2008
The conversion of a 1950s warehouse building into robust and flexible design studio spaces for RMIT School of Architecture and Design
Kerr St Apartments
Fitzroy, Vic, 2010
A new building of seven apartments on an ex-industrial site in Fitzroy. Three apartments face the front street and four face the lane. Pedestrians and vehicles enter through a shared ground floor arcade.