If you are looking for a contemporary, practical and joyful new family home or home extension, we would love to work with you.

We are driven by the value we can add to your home building journey and not your project budget.

Our houses are designed in a hands-on and collaborative manner, tailored to your needs and aspirations. Designed for ‘forever living’, whether you are after simplicity, intricacy, sophistication, wow-factor, or something more practical like a multi-generational home, we can help you realise your dreams.

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  • R Architecture has designed two high end residential homes for us. They are innovative and take into consideration the client’s choices.

    Nimisha Hinkler House
  • Very happy with the design. They were very co-operative during the design process where changes were made to achieve an optimum outcome.

    Tony Robinson House
  • They created an articulated and thoughtful vision that far exceeded our expectations. R Architecture has definitely distinguished themselves through their mix of creativity, logic and very good customer service.

    Adrian Courtyard House
  • Professionalism, quality, responsiveness and value. Had an amazing experience dealing with the team at R Architecture. Strongly recommended.

    Priyanka Toorak House
  • The team did a fantastic job from day one all the way through going through the council approval process until the final completion. Now we are working with them on our dream home and ready to move to the construction phase. A fantastic journey.

    Sash & Sanjayan Ivanhoe House

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The Client Experience

What is it like to work with us? R Architecture checks in with a residential client, Chetana, at our work-in-progress project, Bakers House in Hampton East.

Humble House

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