Our vision is simple, we create architecture as if we live in it and use it, not an arbitrary or imposed style. We believe in high performance buildings and align our design philosophy with the triple bottom line of social, environmental and economic factors.
An exemplar in demonstrating the merits of adaptive reuse within existing university buildings. Thoughtful design ensures this project delivers progressive learning environments in which students meaningfully interact with their teachers and peers. Reinforced through a charismatic and captivating aesthetic befitting its place within Edmund and Corrigan’s Building 8 at RMIT.
The Regent Aged Care Facility sits within a leafy pocket of Melbourne’s South East. Japara’s commitment to creating residential aged care spaces within inner-city locations is backed by a belief that connection to family, friends and community is essential to our wellbeing, and critical to a successful transition to aged residential care.
Spowers approach to the conceptual design of this new facility is built on an understanding of the collective histories of the region to develop an informed and progressive architectural and educational response that can bring an excitement, optimism and aspiration to this Tertiary Education Provider’s Hi-Tech Precinct.
Development of a new city presence for the School of Fashion & Textiles at the top level of the celebrated Edmund and Corrigan Building 8. Formerly the home of the School of Architecture the space the project balanced the renewed requirements of Fashion and Textiles with the existing fabric and space parameters, creating strategic design elements and events that recrafted a new and distinctive home.
As a practice, Spowers collaborates with clients to plan and design each project, identifying the unique qualities of the site and its users.
Integrating the way architecture and interiors are created means starting with a complete, compelling story.
A Spowers masterplan approach connects addresses and consolidates access, whilst creating innovative spaces, infrastructure and landscapes.