List of Australian architects

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This is a list of Australian architects.

A[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Terry and Oakden
  • Oakden Addison and Kemp
  • Melbourne and Brisbane
  • Rhodes & Co (Civil Engineers)
  • Henry Simon & Co (Milling Engineers)
  • Allen & Nicholas Perth
  • New South Wales and Western Australia

Partners

  • Born Trondheim, Norway
  • Arrived Australia 1977
  • John Andrews International
  • Canada, United States and Australia
  • Victoria
  • Tasmania
  • Tasmania
  • Hutchins School (1848–49)
  • Wesleyan Chapel, St Leonards, Tasmania (1846)
  • Anglican Church of St Peter, St Leonards (1846–47)

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B[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings, awards and publications
  • Born Ipswich, England 1829
  • Arrived Australia 1853
  • Died Sydney 29 July 1904

Worked with:

Partners:

  • Born Arbroath, Scotland 1827
  • Arrived Australia December 1854
  • Died Sydney 16 December 1904
  • Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne
  • Auditorium, Collins Street, Melbourne
  • Austral Building, Collins Street, Melbourne
  • Wertheim Piano Factory
  • Melbourne Synagogue, Toorak Road, South Yarra (1928)

Partners

  • ANA Air Terminal, Philip Street, Sydney (1948)
  • Hayman Island Resort, Hayman Island, Queensland (1952)
  • Hordern House, Point Piper (1956) demolished
  • Santosa, Albany Road, Toorak (1963)
  • Myer House, Yulgibar Station, Grafton (1966) restoration and alteration
  • Gordon House, Birkenburn Station, Bungendore (1968)
  • Fairfax Pavilion, Retford Park, Bowral (1969)
  • Born 1896
  • Died 1977
  • Western Australia
  • Born 1810
  • Died 1862
  • Queensland
  • Born 1803
  • Died 1854
  • Born Sydney 1848
  • Died 1929
  • Born Sydney 1857
  • Died Manly 1937
  • Born Surrey 25 August 1817
  • Arrived Australia 1842
  • Died Petersham 9 February 1883
  • Born 1873
  • Died 1962
  • Born Scotland 1862
  • M. F. Cavanagh & Austin Bastow
  • Oldham, Boas, Ednie-Brown & Partners
  • Western Australia
  • Born 1917
  • Died 1971
  • Grounds, Romberg & Boyd
  • Born 1893
  • Died 1976
  • Sir Austin Webb
  • Kent & Budden (1899–1912)
  • Kent Budden & Greenwell (1912–19)
  • Budden & Greenwell (1919–22)
  • H E Budden (1922-40)
  • Budden & Nangle (1940–44)
  • New South Wales
  • Born Melbourne
  • J D Sedding (London)

Partners

  • Beverley Ussher
  • George Inskip
  • Ernest Bradshaw
  • Richard Butler (Nephew)
  • Marcus Martin
  • Hugh Pettit
  • Residences in Victoria
  • Anglican Cathedral, Wangaratta (1907)
  • Christ Church Anglican, Benalla (1910)
  • Collins House, Melbourne (1910)
  • Queensland Insurance Building, Melbourne (1911)
  • Edzell, additions, St Georges Road, Toorak (1917)
  • Coombe Cottage, lodge and gatehouse, Coldstream (1925)
  • Bank branches for the Union Bank of Australia
  • Modern Architectural Design (published 1902)
  • Healthy Homes (published 1902)

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C[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Michael Cavanagh
  • Associate Royal Institute of British Architects (1888)
  • Inaugural vice-president of the West Australia Institute of Architects (1896)

Partners

  • J James Clark [32]
  • Prime instructor in architecture, Pritchard of Smith and Pritchard Architects
  • Colonial Architect's Office, Victoria (1852–78)
  • Private practice, Collins Street, Melbourne (1880)
  • Private practice with engineer brother, George Clark, Sydney (1881–83)
  • Colonial Architect, Queensland (1883–85)
  • Private practice with E J Clark (son), Australia (1896–1915)
  • Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia
  • Clifton Parry
  • Clifton Leach
  • Born 1895
  • Died 1968
  • Trades Hall, Brisbane
  • Craigston, Spring Hill (1928)
  • Brisbane General Hospital
  • Brisbane General Hospital, nurses' quarters
  • Tristram's soft-drink factory
  • Greek Orthodox Church
  • Courier-Mail Building (1936 with Stephenson & Meldrum)
  • St John's Cathedral, organ loft, Brisbane (1974)
  • Born England
  • Born London 1822
  • Arrived Australia 1852
  • Died 1898
  • Queensland
  • Born Australia 1938
  • Allen Jack+Cottier Architects Pty Ltd
  • Australia
  • Sydney School
  • Late 20th century modernist
  • Heritage and adaptive reuse
  • Born Australia 1939
  • Born United States 1876-1954)
  • Practised both as an engineer and architect in Australia and the United States in the first half of the 20th century

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D[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born Dunedin 9 June 1868
  • Arrived Australia via Scotland 1879
  • Died Edgecliff 23 July 1920
  • Webber House, Ann Street, Brisbane (1905)
  • Archbishop's Chapel, Milton
  • Australian Mercantile Land & Finance building, Brisbane
  • St Brigid's Catholic Church, Red Hill (1914)
  • Fenton, Albert Street, Edgecliff

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E[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born 1903
  • Died 1996
  • Born 20 August 1912
  • Died 2 February 1988

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F[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born Albany 2 August 1891
  • Returned to Australia 1919
  • Died Bayview 3 July 1970
  • Gibson, Skipworth & Gordon (London)
  • Atkinson & Alexander (London)
  • Leslie Wilkinson
  • Henry Budden
  • Fowell and McConnel (1928–39)
  • Fowell and Mansfield (1939–46)
  • Fowell, Mansfield & Maclurcan (1946–62)
  • Fowell, Mansfield, Jarvis & Maclurcan (1962–70)

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G[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Robin Gibson and Partners
  • Queensland
  • Born
  • Arrived Australia 1919
  • Died
  • Wollongong Teacher's College, Wollongong (1966)
  • QANTAS Building, Lang and Jamieson Streets, Sydney (1982)
  • Masonic Centre, Castlereagh and Goulburn Streets, Sydney (1974)
  • RAIA Gold Medal (1977)
  • Born Rome 1920
  • Arrived Australia 1980
  • Mitchell/Giurgola Architects
  • Mitchell/Giurgola & Thorp
  • USA and Australia
  • Godsell House, 491 Balcombe Road, Beaumaris (1960)
  • Kohry Units, Prahran Grove, Elsternwick (1960)
  • Sussems House, Lynette Avenue, Beaumaris (1962)
  • Chapman House, cnr Regent & Hampton Streets, Brighton (1963)
  • Kennedy House, 13 Pleasant View Crescent Glen Waverley (1963)
  • Newman House, Natal Avenue, Edithvale (1968)
  • Post Office, Mordialloc (1970)
  • Post Office, Bentleigh (1972)
  • Olive Phillips Kindergarten & Health Centre, Bodley Street Beaumaris
  • Kent Budden & Greenwell
  • Budden & Greenwell
  • Greenwell & Shirley
  • New South Wales
  • Born 1905
  • Died 1981
  • Grounds, Romberg & Boyd
  • Australia
  • Born 1925
  • Died 2005
  • Regionalism, Sydney School, Organic Modernism
  • Hill's House (1966)
  • Holland House (1962)

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H[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born England
  • Arrived Australia 1827
  • Died en route to London 1845
  • Born England
  • Born Cork 3 March 1853
  • Arrived Australia 1863
  • Died Melbourne 15 November 1922
  • Reed, Henderson & Smart (1883–90)
  • Anketell Henderson (1890–1906)
  • Anketell and K Henderson (1906–20)
  • Anketell and K Henderson, Alsop & Martin (1920–24)
  • A & K Henderson (1924–42)

Partners

Jack Hennessy

Jack Hennessy, junior

  • Kerry Hill Architects
  • Born 30 November 1920
  • Death 16 June 2007
  • Hipwell,Weight & Mason
  • Hipwell, Weight & Ross
  • Department of Works
  • Hipwell House Research Road Warrandyte
  • Born London 1864
  • Arrived Australia 1886
  • Died en route to France 1938
  • Hobbs, Smith & Forbes

Partners

  • Charles F Sleeper
  • Edward Clarke Cabot
  • Edmund Blacket (1863–69)
  • John Horbury Hunt (1869–1904)
  • Boston and New South Wales

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I[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • 9 November 1892 (Eastwood, Adelaide, South Australia)
  • 4 August 1962 (Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria)
  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Melbourne, Victoria
  • 2 July 1919 (Küsstendil (Kusestendil), Bulgaria)
  • 2 March 1950 (Fremantle, Western Australia)
  • 7 October 1986 (Perth, Western Australia)
  • Krantz and Sheldon
  • Studio of Iwan Iwanoff

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J[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • E. Jeaffreson Jackson
  • Born London 1862
  • Colonial Architect's Office of NSW (1884) (1902–1908)
  • partner with J. S. Edwards (1885) (Sydney) [47]
  • Hanney, Alfred Street, Cammeray (1888–1891) [48]
  • Hollowforth, Neutral Bay (1893)
  • Chalet Fontenelle, Wentworth Falls (1898)
  • Hindfell, Lucinda Avenue, Wahroonga (1901)
  • Born Devon 1810
  • Arrived Australia 1852
  • Died Perth 1891
  • Colonial Architect and Clerk of Works
  • Western Australia
  • Born 1821
  • Arrived Australia 1852
  • Died 1895
  • Public Works Department
  • Smith & Johnson
  • Died 2003
  • Kindersley House, Bligh Street, Sydney
  • Water Board Building Bathurst Street, Sydney (1962)
  • Johnson House, Chatswood (1963) Wilkinson Award
  • Commonwealth State Law Courts, Queens Square, Sydney 1967
  • Benjamin Offices, Belconnen (1981)
  • RAIA Gold Medal (1985)
  • Born Sydney 1868
  • Died Sydney 1927
  • George Sydney Jones 1891-1927
  • Trinity Congregational Church, Strathfield (1889)
  • Springfort, Strathfield (1894)
  • Darenth, Strathfield (1895)
  • Bickley, Strathfield (1894)
  • Treghre, Strathfield (1899)
  • Luleo, Strathfield (1912)
  • Fellow NSW Institute 1896-1901
  • Editor Art & Architecture 1909-1912
  • President NSW Institute of Architects (1912–1914 & 1920-21)
  • Haddon Bros (Hereford)
  • George Trollope & Sons (London)
  • Joseland & Vernon (1903–14)
  • Howard Joseland (1914–19)
  • Joseland & Gilling (1919–23)
  • New South Wales
  • Westholme, 1 Water Street, Wahroonga (1894)
  • Redleaf, Wahroonga (1899) Restoration (1996) RAIA Lachlan Macqaurie Award
  • Craignairn, 37 Burns Road, Wahroonga (1909)
  • National Building, Pitt Street, Sydney (1920)
  • Tobacco Company Administration Building, 50 Todman Avenue, Kensington (1926)

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K[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Blumin & Kagan
  • Department of Works & Housing
  • Anatol Kagan & Associates
  • Tom Kovac
  • Ian Potter Museum of Art (Victorian Architecture Medal, Melbourne Prize and William Wardell Award 1999
  • Eureka Tower
1937–1975
  • Queen Victoria Building Redevelopment – Design Leader, Competition Winner – Walsh Bay Redevelopment by Ipoh Gardens
  • Kringas Architects, Canberra[55]
  • Reconciliation Place – National Competition Winner 2001, Federation Place – National Competition Winner 2002, Jenkins Farmhouse – RAIA Canberra Medallion – 1999, Kingston Foreshore – National Competition Commendation, RAIA Presidents Medal ACT – 2004

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L[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born 1833 Scotland
  • Died 1902 New Zealand
  • New Zealand
  • Melbourne 1854–1862 and 1890–1900
  • Earlsbrae Hall, Essendon, Victoria (1890); now known as Lowther Hall, it forms part of an Anglican grammar school
  • Western Australia
  • Art-Deco
  • Australia
  • Clive Lucas Stapleton Partners
  • Restoration

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M[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings, awards and publications
  • Canada
  • Many landmark buildings in Canada
  • Born Edinburgh 1858
  • Arrived Australia 1884
  • Died Sydney 1923
  • Born 1921
  • Died 2011

Partners

  • Broome, 6 Glyndebourne Avenue, Toorak (1925)
  • Maisonettes, Cnr Domain Road and Caroline Street, South Yarra (1925)
  • Born 17 May 1916
  • Died 20 October 1994
  • Ancher Mortlock Murray & Woolley
  • Born London 1936
  • New South Wales

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N[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born 1925
  • Died 9 September 2010
  • Cameron, Chisholm Nicol (CCN Architects)
  • Australia
  • Born 1897
  • Died 1972
  • Early female architect in New South Wales
  • Born 1888
  • Died 1966

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O[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born Perth 1907
  • Died Perth 1997
  • Oldham, Boas and Ednie-Brown
  • Stephenson and Turner
  • WA State Government Landscape Architect
  • Born Sydney 1891
  • Died Sydney 1963
  • Sydney, New South Wales
  • Cairns, Queensland
  • St Paul's Anglican Church, Proserpine (1958)
  • Oribin house & studio (1958 & 1960)
  • Mareeba Public Hall (1961)
  • St Andrew's Presbyterian Memorial Church, Innisfail (constructed 1961)
  • Oribin House, Stanthorpe (c.1980)
  • Born Sydney 1913
  • Died 2001

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P[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born 1882
  • Died 1947
  • Western Australia Public Works Department
  • Cavanagh and Cavanagh
  • Parry and Clifton
  • Western Australia
  • Yuncken Freeman Brothers Griffiths & Simpson
  • Victoria
  • Born Adelaide 1958
  • Phillips Pilkington
  • Born 1855
  • Died 1918
  • Born Shanghai 3 February 1942
  • Arrived Australia 1954

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Q[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards

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R[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards

Partnership

  • Ashton Raggatt McDougall
  • Born c1823
  • Died 1890
  • Born 1867
  • Died 1924

Sole Trader

  • L L Livingstone
  • Born 1913
  • Died 1992

Partners

Partners

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S[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical location Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • T P Sampson
  • Herbert Dennis & T P Sampson
  • New South Wales
  • Born 19 May 1966
  • Dion Seminara Architecture Brisbane
  • Arcstyle Architects
  • Winner of the HIA Renovation & Additions Award (2005) [72]
  • Winner of L J Hooker Grantham Flood Home Design Competition (2011) Grantham, Queensland [73]
  • Alsop & Sayce
  • Victoria and Western Australia
  • Born Vienna 25 June 1923
  • Arrived Australia 1948
  • Died Sydney 9 March 2006
  • Harry Seidler & Associates
  • Australia and International
  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • Born Trieste, Italy 1931
  • Arrived Australia 1956
  • Modernist
  • Lygon Lodge motel, Carlton (1967)
  • Old Melbourne Hotel, North Melbourne (1970)
  • Veneto Club, Bulleen (1972),[77]
  • Buchan, Laird & Buchan
  • Mockridge, Stahle & Mitchell (1948–83)
  • Victoria
  • Stephenson & Meldrum
  • Stephenson & Turner
  • Australia
  • Born Sydney 13 March 1943

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T[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born Italy 1926
  • Arrived Australia early 1960s
  • Dickson Library, Antill Street, Dickson (1964)
  • Associated Chamber of Manufacturers, Brisbane Avenue, Barton (1967)
  • Apostolic Nunciature, Vancouver Street, Red Hill (1977)
  • Born London 26 October 1830
  • Arrived Australia 1851
  • Died Brighton 17 August 1900

Partners

  • J Burcham Clamp

Free Style Arts and crafts

Tzannes Associates

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U[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born Denmark 1918
  • Lived Australia 1959-1966
  • International

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V[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards

Worked with

  • Born Hastings 20 February 1877
  • Arrived Australia 3 November 1883
  • Died Warrawee 3 July 1935
  • Born London 17 March 1792
  • Arried Australia November 1842 and left December 1848
  • Died Edinburgh on 4 February 1864

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W[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards
  • Born 1864
  • Died 1931
  • Born 1823
  • Died 1899
  • Born 1821
  • Died 1898
  • Born Australia 1865
  • Born 1819
  • Died 1888
  • Born 1876
  • Died 1952
  • Born 1886
  • Died 1942
  • Born 1867
  • Died 1947
A. Oswald Wilson 1866–1950 Murdock McKay Hopkins; Western Australian goldfields and Perth
  • Kent & Budden
  • Wilson, Neave & Berry
  • NSW, Tasmania & Victoria
  • Born 1908
  • Died 1980
  • Born 1903
  • Died 1968
  • Ancher Mortlock Murray & Woolley
  • Ancher Mortlock & Woolley
  • Born 1824
  • Died 1888

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Z[edit]

Architect and education Birth, immigration and death Firms, institutions and geographical locations Architectural style Notable buildings and awards

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External links[edit]

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