CplusC Architectural Workshop are experienced multi award winning sustainable architects.
Founded in 2005, CplusC specialises in designing and delivering site specific architectural projects. Our designs are driven by a commitment to understanding our clients, their requirements and the local climatic conditions to develop unique design outcomes.
Craftsmanship, comfort, sustainability and practicality are central to each and every design. We enjoy examining preconceptions and interrogating assumptions to find better ways of living, resulting in lasting architecture.
The CplusC Architectural Workshop team has a wide variety of professional experience spanning design, approvals and construction, ensuring architectural ideas are realised through construction.
Totoro House is an alterations and additions project on a house in Russell Lea, Sydney which formed an architectural exercise in translating the client’s close-knit bond into the physical, adopting the Japanese concept of “Shakkei” or “borrowed scenery” which harmoniously bridges the relationship between interior and exterior.
Built within a rejuvenated heritage façade of rendered masonry, steel, timber and greenery, the Welcome to the Jungle House is situated in an inner-city heritage conservation area typified by late Victorian row terrace housing and post-industrial warehouse conversions.
The Alexandria House is tailored to the needs of a modern, environmentally conscious and socially responsible couple. Alexandria House - Aqua Perma Solar Firma is the most sustainable project we have made.
The design brief for the Dulwich Hill Residence called for the addition of an open kitchen, outdoor living space, dining, bathroom and laundry to an existing semi-detached period home for a young family