Stukel Stone

Practice Profile

Practice Name

Stukel Stone




Daniel Beasly, Tobhiyah Feller, Jeff Tighe, Jarrod Phillips, Andrea Harrison


Suite 202 / 59 Great Buckingham Street Redfern




Architecture & Performance Design

Phone Number

02 9698 2591



Stukel Stone is an award-winning architecture and design studio, experienced in cultural, residential, and commercial projects. Directors Daniel Stukel Beasly and Tobhiyah Stone Feller bring a unique combination of skills across architecture, art, costume and set design to each project. Their focus on movement and the performative aspects of human environments – public, theatrical and domestic – gives Stukel Stone’s work an elegant rigour that’s expressive, innovative and inclusive.
Technical knowledge is matched with honed conceptual thinking to achieve exceptional outcomes for their clients.


  • Splice house

    The genesis of the Splice house began with a Dutch couple falling in love with Australia and wanting to make a home together in the Sydney suburb of Wollstonecraft. The brief was distilled down to the desire for spaces that were at once both tropical and austere, a wonderful contradiction, which leads to a unique […]

  • Penthouse18 by Stukel Stone

    Equipped for entertaining, this dynamic penthouse in the heart of Surry Hills is inspired by commercial hospitality interiors. Stukel Stone worked with their clients, a couple from France and New York, to make bold and unexpected choices for their Sydney chapter. The existing two-bedroom apartment had a poorly planned layout and lacked generosity of movement […]

  • Carnivorous Flower Sculpture

    Stukel Stone, the design duo Tobhiyah Feller and Daniel Beasly, designed the sculptural centre piece for the Shoes of Prey concept store which has been awarded the ‘Store Design of the Year’ by the global ‘World Retail Awards’.

  • Interior Design: Fig Tree Theatre Foyer and Bar

    Stukel Stone creates a new foyer space for a 1940s theatre in Sydney, with a design that responds to the building’s historic and contemporary neighbours.