Studio Prineas

Architect Prineas

Studio Prineas is a boutique practice focused on residential architecture, ranging from alterations and additions to new homes and multiresidential projects.

Eva-Marie Prineas founded Studio Prineas in 2004. Her background and passion for heritage conservation and sustainable design forms the basis of the Studio Prineas philosophy of understanding and adapting places that are already special.

Eva-Marie’s award-winning approach to design stems from an intuitive understanding of what to keep and what to cleverly adapt in her projects. She prides herself on her studio’s collaborative skills and personally invests in client relationships to ensure each project is a combined effort with a shared vision.

Eva-Marie was a co-founder of DARCH – the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) group for emerging architects, and maintains a role as guest critic at the University of Sydney. She is also an examiner for the architects’ registration exam at the NSW Board of Architects. In 2007 and again in 2020, Eva-Marie was elected onto the NSW Chapter Council for the Australian Institute of Architects and has continued to contribute to numerous juries including the AIA Awards.

LOCATION: Rushcutters Bay, Sydney, Australia.

Apartment Finger Wharf by Architect Prineas

Apartment Finger Wharf Features Theatrical and Sophisticated Luxury Interiors

Architects: Studio Prineas Project: Apartment Finger Wharf Lead Architect: Eva-Marie Prineas Location: Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf, Sydney Harbour, Australia Area: 86 sqm Photography: Katherine Lu, Chris Warnes Apartment Finger Wharf is a refurbishment project completed by Sydney-based Studio Prineas. The project brief was centred about making the most of a glamorous city pad with an extraordinary

Breeze Block Home Was Reorganized to Create a More Contemporary Open Plan

Sydney-based Studio Prineas has redesigned Breeze Block Home turning it into a modern and open house. Description by Studio Prineas: The Breeze Block Home was redesigned for modern living, while maintaining its original charm. Its plan was re-organised internally to create a more contemporary open plan. The connection to the outside was reconsidered, adding decks

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