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|Founders||Kerry Clare; Lindsay Clare|
|Location||Sydney (head office)
Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland, and Christchurch
Architectus is an Architectural firm based in Australia and New Zealand. Founded by Kerry and Lindsay Clare, the firm has over 250 staff with a head office based in Sydney, and offices in Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Christchurch, and Melbourne.
Architectus’ portfolio includes commercial, education, hospitality, retail, transport, industrial, interiors, public buildings, residential, urban design and planning projects.
Major architectural works
Architectus has designed some of Australasia's landmark buildings including the following major architectural projects:
|1997||Victoria Channel Authority Commercial Shipping Control Tower and Management Centre||Port of Melbourne|
|2002||AMI Stadium: South, West and East Stands||Christchurch||
|2004||University of Auckland Population Health Complex||Auckland|
|2006||Auckland Grammar School Sports Complex – Gymnasium||Auckland|
|2006||Queensland Gallery of Modern Art||Brisbane||
|2006||University of the Sunshine Coast, Chancellery building||Sunshine Coast, Queensland|
|2007||Australian Synchrotron||Clayton, Victoria|
|2009||Wesley House, Brisbane|
|2009||University of Auckland Ray Meyer Research Centre||Auckland|
|2009||Saint Kentigern School Jubilee Sports Centre||Auckland|
|2010||New Lynn Transit Oriented Development||Auckland|
|2010||Ma'anshan City Administration Centre and Cultural Precinct||China|
|2010||Australian National University Laurus Wing Student Housing||Canberra|
|2010||University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science||Gatton, Queensland|
|2011||University of Queensland Fitness & Aquatic Centre||Gatton, Queensland|
|2011||Melbourne Airport International Terminal Expansion||Melbourne|
|2011||1 Bligh Street||Sydney CBD|||
|2012||200 George Street||Sydney CBD|
|2012||Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, Brisbane||Brisbane|
|2014||Gold Coast Rapid Transit||Gold Coast, Queensland|
|2015||169 Macquarie Street, Parramatta||Parramatta|
|2015||100 Mount Street||North Sydney|
|2016||St Michael's Grammar School Commons Building||St Kilda, Melbourne|||
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