Peter Stutchbury

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Peter Stutchbury (born 1954[citation needed], Sydney) is an Australian architect. His architectural expression has been described as "lyrical technologist".[1] In 2015 Stutchbury was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal.[2]

Peter Stutchbury graduated as an architect in 1978 at the University of Newcastle. Stutchbury lived and worked in regional Australia, Africa, Asia and Papua New Guinea, and also visited Europe and America. One of his early buildings was a church in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, completed in 1983. He established a joint practice with Phoebe Pape in 1991.[1]


Sydney International Archery Park
  • Israel House, Paradise Beach, NSW, 1986–92
  • Design Faculty, University of Newcastle, 1994 (with EJE architects)
  • Sydney International Archery Park, Homebush Bay, 1998
  • Clareville House, NSW, 1999
  • Bay House, Watson Bay, NSW, 2001
  • Life Sciences Research Link, University of Newcastle, 2001 (with Suters architects)
  • Deepwater woolshed, Wagga Wagga, 2005
  • Cliff Face House
  • Land House


  1. ^ a b Goad, Philip: New Directions in Australian Architecture, Pesaro, 2001
  2. ^ "2015 AAA Awards: Gold Medallist". Architecture Media Pty Ltd. 19 March 2015. Retrieved 14 April 2015.

Further reading[edit]

  • Drew, Philip et al.: Peter Stutchbury: Of People and Places: Between the Bush and the Beach, Pesaro, 2000
  • Ga Houses 121 - Elements on Residence: Peter Stutchbury, ADA Editors, 2011
  • Mceoin, Ewan: Under The Edge: The Architecture Of Peter Stutchbury, Architecture Foundation, 2011
  • Stutchbury, Peter: Peter Stutchbury - Selected Projects,Pesaro, 2010

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