John Wardle Architects

John Wardle Architects

John Wardle is a Melbourne-based architect. He graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a degree in Architecture. John Wardle established his architectural practice in Melbourne in 1986 and has led the growth of the practice from working on small domestic dwellings to university buildings, museums and large commercial offices. The architecture of John Wardle Architects (JWA) is closely tailored to its place and highly experiential in nature.

John Wardle Architects is internationally renowned for making extraordinary buildings and places that matter. Our team of 100 design professionals work across Australia and internationally from our two studios in Melbourne and Sydney.

Our practice is a large collaborative environment where every project has a range of creative, technical and strategic contributions from a diverse team of architects and interior designers within JWA. We retain the creative energy of a small studio, pinning work up, and exploring new territory. The conversations we have with our clients are often the seedbed for new ideas and directions. We are inclusive, always curious to understand another’s point of view.

LOCATION: Melbourne and Sydney / Australia

Shearers Quarters by John Wardle Architects

Architects: John Wardle Architects Project: Shearers Quarters Location: Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia Architect in Charge: John Wardle Project Team: Andrew Wong (Architect), Chloe Lanser (Architect), Jeff Arnold (Interior Designer) Photographs: Trevor Mein Shearers Quarters House was designed by John Wardle Architects in Bruny Island, Tasmania. This beguiling shearers quarters sits as a companion building to

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