Suters Architects is a multi-disciplinary architecture practice with 170 staff across five offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle, Brisbane and Cairns. Specialised expertise has been developed in a wide range of project types and Suters is an industry leader in ecologically sustainable development. Projects with values of up to AUD$180 million have been successfully completed by various procurement methods and our buildings have been praised for their innovation, aesthetics and functionality. Key sectors are Health, Education, Commercial, Civic, Leisure, Residential, Retail and Industrial. Associated services include interior design, urban planning and adaptive re-use.
Shirley Burke Theatre
In Parkdale, Melbourne, the Shirley Burke Theatre has been given a $1.7 million makeover by Suters.
Architecture: Altona Sports Centre
A sports centre redevelopment, with a facade inspired by the Chuck Taylor All-Star basketball shoes.
Surf Coast Shire Council
A concept for a glass-fronted council building that opens on to the landscape.
Taringa Transit Development
Suters’ concept for a mixed-use development, incorporating residential, commercial and community space.
Lorne Avenue Residential
Lorne is a 40-unit residential project in Killara, located between the Highway and the railway line. The units are designed to appeal to empty nesters that have been used to living in a large house and garden. The design, originally conceived by Alexander Tzannes & Associates and developed by Suters, is a series of pods […]
UTS Broadway competition entry
CoLab, Suters’ entry for the UTS Broadway competition, was designed to be an interactive testing ground that would adapt to changing needs over its lifetime.
Alexandra, City Quarter
Alexandra is a 10 apartment residential building within the City Quarter complex in Camperdown, Sydney. It is an adaptive re-use redevelopment of the Admissions Building of the former Royal Alexandra Childrens Hospital, which operated on the site for most of the 20th Century and is well known to many residents of Sydney. Heritage impact studies […]
The Confucius Institute is an organisation set up to develop cultural awareness, understanding and teach the Chinese language in Universities outside of China. Located on QUT’s Garden Point campus, the 150m2 space consists of a generous entry and reception area, meeting room with kitchen facilities, utility area, open workstation area and two offices. The conceptual […]