About

Adriano Pupilli Architects

Based in Sydney and the South Coast of NSW, we work with a range of clients around the country, from home-owners to commercial and government clients and community organisations. We operate across a wide range of sectors, and have extensive experience designing at micro and macro levels.


We have specialist expertise in creating:

  • inviting residential spaces, from contemporary new homes to space-savvy rear extensions and upstairs additions
  • respectful architecture in heritage conservation areas
  • robust and secure buildings in bushfire risk areas
  • flexible and socially engaging places to work, co-work, learn, create art, and think differently
  • inspired public buildings and spaces that draw people in and engage the senses
  • hospitality spaces and guest accommodation that provide a sensorial experience and inspire connection with place
  • varied, efficient, and personalised multi-residential development.

Meet the Team

A group of talented architects who think outside the box, employing the latest design tools, fabrication systems and design thinking to realise innovative and beautiful buildings that are environmentally responsible and financially achievable.

The Team

adriano pupilli

Director. Registered Architect NSW B. Architecture (Hons Class I). University of Sydney International Exchange Program University of California, Berkeley. B.Science (Architecture) University of Sydney.

Fiona Logge

M. Urban Planning, University of Melbourne. Architects Registration Board of Architects NSW. B. Architecture (Hons Class I) University of Sydney. B.Science (Architecture) University of Sydney.

Matt Ryall

BA (Hons Class I) Architecture & Planning, University of the West of England, UK. Btec National Diploma Art & Design, City of Bristol College, UK.
 

ALEX CASSAR

Masters of Architectural Science (Sustainable Design), University of Sydney. Bachelor of Design in Architecture, University of New South Wales. 

ELLIOT MARSH

Masters of Architecture, University of Newcastle, NSW. Bachelor of Design in Architecture, University of Sydney, NSW. 

BARRY WALSH

Professional Diploma in Architectural Practice, Dublin institute of Technology, IE. B.Architecture, B.Science (Architecture), Waterford Institute of Technology, IE.
 

OPERATIONS

Alex Stark

Collaborations

MAPA

Practice Strategy

Ally Morcombe

Great architecture, built on solid beliefs and firm values

Our team believes great architecture should evolve out of the culture of the places we work. It should be functional yet experiential, robust yet refined, and thoughtful yet simple.

We believe in quality design that promotes healthy, happy and safe living environments.

We are committed to innovative and sustainable architectural solutions, and bring these concepts to our work through passive solar design, Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) principles, and minimalism.

We love the inherent beauty of raw materials, the logic of fabrication, and how things go together – and embed these elements in our architecture.


Awards & Public Engagements

Australian Timber Design Awards (au)
IMBY Kit South Coast NSW – Small Budget – Winner

Australian Timber Design Awards (au)
Jewellery Box Studio Dulwich Hill – Finalist

The Waverley Design & Heritage Awards (au)
National Competition – Nominated

Visions For Our Future – Tusculum Talk (au)
National Conference – Invited Keynote Speaker

Emerging Architect – Australian Institute of Architects (au)
National Competition – Finalist

The £20k – International Building Trust (uk)
International Competition – Finalist

People Building Better Cities Bhopal – Global Studio (in)
International Conference – Invited Speaker

Pecha Kucha Hyde Park – Public Art (au)
National Conference – Invited Speaker

Design Parramatta – Design Charette – City of Parramatta (au)
International Competition – Winner

Art and About – Peripheralscopes – City of Sydney (au)
International Competition – Winner

Young Alumni Award – University of Sydney (au)
University Competition – Winner

Convocation Medal – University of Sydney (au)
State Competition – Finalist

Architecture Alumni Prize – University of Sydney (au)
University Competition – Winner

Berkeley Prize Travel Fellowship – University of California Berkeley (us)
International Competition – Winner

Board of Architects Prize – NSW Board of Architects (au)
National Competition – Winner

Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship – NSW Board of Architects (au)
National Competition – Winner

Publications

“Getting Inter-Personal”, The Portico (no.1 Martin Place, Indesign Magazine – Issue 76 2019 (au)

“Above and Beyond”, Imby Kit, Green Magazine – July Issue 62 2018 (au)

“Tiny Extendable Prefab”, Imby Kit, ReNew Magazine – July-Sep Issue 144 2018 (au)

“Sydney Architect Designs Modular Backyard Pavilions”, Imby Kit, ArchitectureAU – June 20 – 2018 (au)

“No Nails, No Glue”, Imby Kit, Sydney Morning Herald – April 19 2018 (au)

“Less is More”, Portal House Manly, Green Magazine – May Issue 55 2017 (au)

“The Hacienda”, Sanctuary Magazine – Summer Issue 37 2017 (au)

“The Yard”, Artichoke Magazine – Spring Issue 2016 (au)

“Courtyard House Petersham”, Habitus Living Magazine – May 2016 (au)

“Small Wonder”, Inside Out Magazine – November 2015 (au)

“Smart Ideas for a 28sqm Apartment”, Inside Out Magazine – December 2014 (au)

Pupilli, Adriano – “Paper House – Affordable, Self-help and Recycled Shelter”, Dissertation – University of Sydney, December 2003 (au)

Raymond, Lifchez, “Competing to Learn – The Berkeley Prize and the Social Art of Architecture”, Places, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley, January 2005 (us)

Pupilli, Adriano, “Barcelona Notes”, Architectural Theory Review, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Sydney, Vol. 9 No. 2 2004 (au)

Johnson, Chris, “Paper House”, Homes Dot Com, Government Architects Publication, NSW Government Architects Office, March 2004 (au)

“Prototype for Affordable Living – The Chateau Cardboard”, Sydney Morning Herald, December 2003 (au)

Design outreach program

We work with not-for-profit organisations, nationally and internationally, to deliver projects that empower communities to build safe and healthy living environments – for themselves and future generations. See our Design Outreach Project Gallery.

Some of the non-for-profits we have worked with

 

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