Justine Money, a British-Maori-Australian Architect who brings a strong cultural sensibility to the practice.
Justine found her vocation as an Architect when she was running a successful upholstery business, and commenced study as a mature-age student, graduating from UNSW with a Bachelor of Architecture (Hons). She commenced her Architecture career at Eeles Trelease Architects and during her five-year tenure there, she was promoted to Associate.
Justine was awarded a scholarship to complete the Passive House Design Course, which she successfully completed in October 2019. This latest qualification positions her as a leader in the design and delivery of sustainable homes and buildings, with a focus on human comfort and health; energy and resource efficiency; and affordable design and construction costs.
Ali is an architect graduate who has been working with Justine since 2018. Before studying Architecture, Ali completed a Spatial and Graphic Design degree with Honours at UNSW.
She has a strong passion for a self-sufficient life off the grid which influences her sustainable approach to architectural design.
Beyond her passion for architecture, you will find her exploring the Australian coastline in her DIY camper converted VW van.
Carolyn is an empathetic designer, currently working towards her Masters in Architecture.
With a hands on approach to design, she loves model making and sketching as part of the design process. She is currently learning passive house design, with strong interest in the areas of sustainability and community.
In her spare time, Carolyn loves photography, making her own clothes, and getting involved in DIY projects.
A passion of James is the interaction between the environment with the built form, bringing together the relationship between materials through physical and digital modelling.
He is currently working towards his Masters of Architecture at Sydney University.
James enjoys spending time exploring upcoming trends of the community through sports and taking part in local youth group activities.
Bear has minimal training but believes he is the greatest asset to the studio.
From guarding studio property to guarding your food, Bear is always there.
Food spills are always cleaned immediately when Bear is around but drawings can be quickly eaten if left on the floor.