Tobias Partners

Practice Profile

Practice Name

Tobias Partners

Established

2005

Employees

16

Location

Sydney

Website

http://www.tobiaspartners.com/

Bio

Tobias Partners is a highly respected practice that provides professional services in architecture & interior design. Managing Director Nick Tobias has a reputation for strong, decisive design solutions that consistently push the envelope. This is reflected in the caliber of the young designers working in the studio. Almost all have extensive international design experience in places as diverse as Britain, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Italy, and America. Clients benefit from some of the best local talent, original ideas, as well as the assurance that their project will be of a world-class standard.

  • Tongue n Groove Flooring, Melbourne

    Conceived as a series of periscopes, Tobias Partners’ design for Tongue n Groove Flooring’s Melbourne showroom wholly utilises the timber flooring product as the heart of the display.

  • Bronte House

    Tobias Partners introduce secluded outdoor spaces and natural finishes to a Sydney beach house.

  • Jayson Brunsdon Store

    This boutique womenswear store is located in Westfield Bondi, Sydney. The scheme was derived from two core ideas. To create a sense of discovery throughout the store from the entrance, and to achieve an intimate environment, protected and secluded from the rest of the shopping centre. From the outside, the facade allows initial glimpses into […]

  • Mooramie House

    Mooramie House is a new, two-storey addition to an existing Federation-style cottage. The mass, proportion and simple architectural expression of the rear addition is sympathetic and respectful to the existing building fabric. Alterations to the rear are not readily visible from the street, which has helped reduce impact to the heritage significance of the existing […]

  • Parsley House

    This residence is located in Vaucluse, Sydney. It backs onto Parsley Bay Reserve, a leafy park at the harbour’s edge treasured as a hidden gem by locals. The site is a rectangular block orientated along a north/south axis, falling from south to north. The project required the demolition of an existing, modified, brick cottage to […]