David Boyle Architect
Our small office practice gives us the ability to offer a personalised and collaborative architectural service with a focus on poetic design solutions underpinned with responsible and creative resource allocation and sustainable passive design principals. We approach each project with an individual response to make the most of the project brief, the sites attributes and orientation and to maximise the sense of space and connection to the landscape.
“Each project is unique and richly detailed, joyously combining the pragmatics of construction with the poetics of architecture.”
Our projects have received architectural and industry awards including 3 Commendations and 9 Architecture Awards in the NSW Australian Institute of Architects Awards, 1 Commendation in the National Architecture Awards; the Grand Prize and Trans-Tasman (Australia and NZ) winner in the Australian Timber Design Awards 2010 for our Burridge Read Residence; the Marrickville Medal in 2012 for our 3 Houses Marrickville project; 2 Waverly Design and heritage Awards for our Walter Street Terrace and Piebenga Franklyn Residence projects and 3 Dulux Colour Awards. A full list of our awards can be found here.
Our projects have been featured in leading Australian architectural magazines and popular publications and TV programs as well as architectural publications with international distribution. A full list of publications can be found here. Several projects have been featured in Green Magazine including Walter Street Terrace, Piebenga Franklyn Residence, Marrickville House 1 & 2, Stewart Moeller Residence, and Sommer Mark Residence.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss your residential project and we can meet you on site and run through the full range of architectural services available, or if you would like specific information on any of our projects.
David Boyle Architect is an A+ member of the Australian Institute of Architects.
We employ passive and active sustainable design principal into all of our projects through careful site analysis for opportunities for sunlight, cross ventilation and aspect combined with rationalisation of the brief to minimise resource use. This often involves the recycling of building materials and use of natural materials in a poetic response to domestic living.
Sustainable Architecture Award in the 2015 NSW Institute of Architects Awards.