Tectvs, Australian Architecture, Building, Adelaide Design Studio, Projects, Office

Tectvs Architects : Architecture Information

Adelaide Architects Practice, South Australia Design Studio Info

Tectvs – Key Projects

Key Building Project by Tectvs Pty Ltd:

20-22 Currie Street, CBD, Adelaide, Australia
Date: 2008-
Height: 123m high, 31 floors
Type: Office tower
Location: Central Business District

More architectural projects by this Australian design firm online soon

Location:25 Chesser St, Adelaide, Australia ‘

Tectvs – Practice Information

Architects studio based in Australia

Australian Architects

This firm is a collaborative Architecture and Design studio with offices in Adelaide and Melbourne. Since 1989 the studio have translated the wants and needs of people into spaces and structures that benefit us all.

The practice adopts the integrated design – or studio-based approach to projects – encompassing urban design, architecture and interior design. This holistic perspective has yielded design solutions that often exceed the expectations of clients. Projects have been awarded numerous times.

The architecture office says this about their approach: “We define ourselves not only by our work, but also by the people who make the designs a reality. The thing about architecture is that walls will one day need repainting and bricks will eventually crumble.
We believe in creating a sense of place – for creating spaces where people make moments happen and where lives are shared. Architecture is making a building, good architecture is making place. It isn’t meant to only look nice; it’s meant to make you feel something. As agents of creation in the built world we believe that Architects can be judged by their work decades and even centuries after its completion.”

Adelaide Buildings
Adelaide Oval Grandstand
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Architecture Studios

Australian Architecture
Main Beach House
photo : Scott Burrows

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Tectvs Architects buildings – page

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