Established in 1999 by Gerard Reinmuth, Scott Balmforth and Richard Blythe, Terroir is an award-winning architecture firm with offices in Sydney and Hobart. The firm’s portfolio includes residential, retail, educational and cultural projects.
In Sydney’s tranquil Castle Cove, an angular concrete form designed by Terroir in collaboration with Pascale Gomes-McNabb Design is an architectural riff on the rocky crags and crevices that characterize the steep topography of this harbourside suburb.
Terroir has completed its concept design of the proposed North West Museum and Art Gallery in Burnie, Tasmania.
Construction has begun on new visitor centre for Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade, designed by Terroir.
Australian architecture practice Terroir collaborated with Danish firm Kim Utzon Architecture on the design of this bold extension to the World Maritime University in Malmö, Sweden, which “wraps and folds” around the existing 1910 building.
Three recently completed public amenities blocks represent the importance of small projects in the discourse of public architecture. Andy Fergus considers the phenomenon of the architect-designed public toilet.
Terroir’s design the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre on Phillip Island will feature sharp, angular forms intended to stitch together three distinct landscape types.
The Victorian government has appointed Terroir the principal architect for a new $58.2-million visitor centre at Phillip Island’s Penguin Parade.
The simple form of a research building on Hobart’s waterfront belies a complex weft of history, site and program.