Architecture & Interior Architecture
Collingwood, VIC, Australia
Wolveridge Architects is an architectural and interiors studio that has generated international acclaim for its highly considered projects and how they integrate with their environments.
Wolveridge are passionate about exploring ideas surrounding context and how it can inform the design response. As a result the studio has completed numerous critically acclaimed commercial and residential architectural projects across Australia.
The practice was first established at the turn of the century in Melbourne by its principal architect and director, Jerry Wolveridge. Jerry used his experiences travelling the globe to forge a studio that wasn’t bound by the traditional practices of Australian architecture.
The practice headquarters are located at the United Tannery and Boot Factory, a converted 19th century boot making factory in Collingwood, Melbourne’s inner city post-industrial precinct.
Wolveridge Architects retains a regional presence in Port Douglas, far north Queensland and are registered to practice also in Tasmania and Western Australia, meaning that the unique work of Wolveridge Architects can be observed nationwide.
The East Melbourne Terrace House is an exploration in the mediation between old and new Australia architecture.
Contemporary architecture that pays homage to the great Australian past time of enjoying a few cold beers with your mates whilst surrounded by the beautiful natural environment.
The Modern Australian Beach House - The Clubhouse by Wolveridge Architects
We speak with Wolveridge Architects about their mission for high-performance non-permanent living, and how nostalgia to place and a want to embrace contemporary luxury were infused into the project.