Ben Callery Architects

Ben Callery Architects

About Ben Callery Architects

Ben Callery Architects is an energetic and enthusiastic studio that provides bespoke architecture. Our team loves working with like-minded people and we develop strong relationships with our clients and builders. Importantly, we subscribe to the theory of taking our work seriously but not ourselves.

We specialize in designing creative sustainable architecture and providing project management that delivers construction to real budgets and timelines. Based in Melbourne, Australia we have designed award winning sustainable buildings across the city’s Inner North, Bayside and Eastern suburbs and coastal locations.

Our sustainable design method employs proven techniques of passive solar design, natural ventilation and thermal efficiency making our buildings naturally comfortable.

Our project management method revolves around regular real assessment of the brief, budget and timelines empowering our clients to make informed decisions throughout the design, documentation and construction process.

LOCATION: Melbourne, Australia

Eestgarth House - Open and Breezy but Warm and Cosy

Westgarth House: Open and Breezy but Warm and Cosy Family Home

Architects: Ben Callery Architects Project: Westgarth House / Exploring sustainably sourced materials Location: Westgarth, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Photography: Nic Granleese Westgarth House is a single-family home designed by Melbourne-based Ben Callery Architects. The architects had designed a rear living space that opens onto an airy, double-height void that’s carefully orientated, glazed and cross-ventilated to flood the space

Beyond House by Ben Callery Architects

Beyond House: Sustainable Family Home by Ben Callery Architects

Architects: Ben Callery Architects Project: Beyond House Location: Northcote, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Photography: Peter Bennetts Designed by Ben Callery Architects, the Beyond House stretches typical terrace boundaries, making a sustainable house despite its heritage constraints. We believe that it is important to revisit our houses after they have been occupied to see how they perform and learn what

Scroll to Top