Founded in 1986 by John Wardle, the practice undertakes a broad range of project types and scales, across three Australian states. The portfolio includes single houses, apartment towers, university campus buildings, commercial towers and office fitouts. The residential work of John Wardle Architects focuses on inhabitation, landscape and detail, in dialogue with the practice’s larger commissions.
Designed by John Wardle Architects, the new Bendigo Law Courts “will be modern, efficient, calming, safe and connected to the rich cultural and architectural heritage of the region.”
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced winners of the 2020 National Prizes via a live broadcast.
Somewhere Other by John Wardle Architects.
The new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music is a sensuous architectural vessel that supports musical learning as it mediates between performer, audience and city.
Curtin University’s new $110 million School of Design and the Built Environment will be designed by John Wardle Architects.
John Wardle Architects and NADAAA’s footbridge to the Australian Open won an award from the American Institute of Architects.
Monash University Learning and Teaching Building by John Wardle Architects.