YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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Australia

Wolveridge Architects

       Wolveridge Architects is a medium sized architectural studio that is internationally recognised for its highly considered projects and how they integrate with their environments. We are interested in exploring ideas surrounding context and how it can inform the design response. The practice was established in Melbourne in 2000 by its principal architect and director.

       Jerry Wolveridge born in Melbourne Australia in 1970. He is a practicing architect who graduated from Deakin University, Geelong in 1995. Following his extended periods of travel, Jeremy Wolveridge has lived and worked in diverse climates and regions including in Port Douglas, Far North Queensland and some years as an architect with established firms in London to returning to his home city of Melbourne, Australia.

       The team of Wolveridge Architects comprises a broad and diverse group of design professionals who, along with our Clients, are supported by a dedicated administration and office management team who keep the architects focussed on architecture. They offers a range of consulting design and delivery related services focussed around the core goals of the Client. Their broad professional capability and diverse skills encompass the procurement of building projects from the inception of an idea, through the design and detail planning phases, administering contract works and final handover to the Client.

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    Design Works

    • Wren House

      As its own unique offering of robustness amongst an existing coastal milieu, Wren House stands as a considered collection of diverse textures, anchored to site.
    • The Nak House

      Formally a knackery, The Nak House sees creative and adaptive re-use transform an existing shell into a warm and immersive home amid an enviable landscape.
    • Connected House

      Wolveridge Architects draws from the coastal and surrounding environment to form an approach led by the lifestyle and personalities of the clients.
    • Homebush House

      Located in Bendigo on what was a relatively flat vacant block, Designed by local design studio Wolveridge Architects, Homebush House is a single storey home for a young family of five.
    • Parkside Apartment

      The architects maintained a realistic approach to the scope of work, incorporating both transformative changes and clever tweaks.
    • Courtyard Residence

      Courtyard Residence aims to capture the essence of the area as a coastal escape. Combining a quiet stillness, the soft and muted neutral palette creates a sense of calm and separation, while openings frame views out.
    • Sorrento Light House

      Wolveridge Architects desire to create a light filled, private, north facing living area, and connect it with a series of private outdoor spaces.
    • Heron House

      Heron House was conceived as part of a larger landscaped masterplan precinct development a few minutes’ walk to Mt. Martha beach.
    • Township Residence

      Heron House was conceived as part of a larger landscaped masterplan precinct development a few minutes’ walk to Mt. Martha beach.
    • Canadian Bay Cabin House

      The Canadian Bay Cabin, located on Port Phillip Bay in Victoria is a two-storey home built for our clients who are local to the Mount Eliza area.
    • Ascot Veil

      By extrapolating key elements of interwar design, the Ascot Veil House contributes to an understanding of the original heritage elements that casts them in a new light.
    • The Clubhouse

      This home, overlooking the fairways and surrounds of Sorrento Golf Club was designed for a couple planning to return to Australia after many years overseas.