This creative architect is in constant search for his architectural nirvana – challenging design parameters and methodologies to embrace new ideas and frontiers. His passion and dedication to design excellence will take you to the higher realms of architecture through his vision, creativity and influential designs. An international award-winning designer who has the foresight to invent and collaborate at the leading-edge. Strategic design at its finest. Email
This astute and pioneering architect is passionate about enhancing the quality of the environment where we live, work and play. Peta’s deft hand and creative approach delivers projects that retain relevancy in an ever changing global landscape while transcending the ordinary. Inspiration comes through her involvement in the arts, experiencing other cultures and her love of learning. Email
This adventurous and driven designer has a fascination with urban fabrics that influence and challenge the way we relate to each other. Bec relishes the sculptural contributions of the natural environment and combines these with her explorations and connections with other designers and cultures as a springboard into the development of her work. Backed by a multidisciplinary approach, sculpture lies at her core melding effortlessly with the realms of architecture and interior design.
Carly seeks a resoundingly positive impact on people and our environment in everything she designs, which is why she unearths inspiration in social interactions and from the natural environment, in fact anything other than design itself. Her currency is optimism but that optimism should not be underestimated, Carly is a formidable Pictionary opponent and a cook who shouldn’t be trifled with.
Inquisitive by nature, Jeremy is a perceptive architect who likes to know how things work! As a part-time backyard inventor himself, he relishes in unfurling the components that contribute to the whole. Or as he puts it ‘the part is to the whole as the whole is to the part’. Hence, like the studio environment he works within, his design approach is inclusive – each aspect systematically woven and orchestrated with purpose.
Delving as deeply into music or photography as he would into a free flowing river, Chris’s work is inspired by an environment that is less about definition and more about experience. He is a keen cyclist who does not concern himself with the destination, being more interested in the interaction with the present. Chris also likes to read a lot of the time too, but never while cycling.
The Liminal crew knows not to mess with this organised and active office manager of all things accounts and finances. Janine is the motivator in keeping everyone focused with her ‘eyes always on the ball’ motto, as her passion for sports and activity transcends into her determined and dedicated approach to her work. Janine’s teamwork mentality makes her the perfect candidate for ensuring her creative counterparts play hard and fair.
Recycling products into meaningful creations impresses this earthy character. Her love and appreciation of design parameters is influenced by the wise words imparted by her grandmother – a diamond is a chunk of rock that stuck to its job (Grandmother Turner). Using the natural environment as her muse, Michaela treasures the simplicity and beauty of natural materials and landscapes in sustainable design.
Like the flower ‘always alive’, Belen craves new experiences to satisfy her curiosity, searching and stretching boundaries, living by her motto ‘the way of life is the way of imagination’. This inquisitiveness and interrogating also applies to her own creations, reimagining the banal everyday into beautiful simple objects and spaces. Originally from Spain, Belen jumped at the chance to make Tasmania home and in her spare time may be found horse riding, cycling, exploring, practicing yoga, playing the ukulele, at the movies or snowboarding (but not in Hobart).
The co-existence and peculiarities of life are what gets this designer's grey-leads flowing. An appreciation of the intertwining aspects of surrounding environment and habitual living inspire his design philosophies and creations. Andrew is statuesque yet adaptable – anything goes with this imposing and logical architect who clearly has an overload of intellectual brilliance choosing to study advanced nuclear physics in his down-time.
Ronja does not merely love travelling, she lives travelling. Proof in the fact that she moved from Germany to Hobart. She is inspired by the collision of bold new thinking and traditional environments and the simple motivation of constantly questioning what makes public spaces perform. A self confessed water-lover Ronja dives, swims and is rumoured to spend an eternity in the shower.
Rosalyn believes that the importance of design is the human experience of it. It is as much about what we feel, touch, and remember as what we simply see. She is expressive though discreetly so, loving yellow but wearing a lot of black. After having spent considerable time in Switzerland Rosalyn has well honed hiking skills, unfortunately though, she cannot offer advice on bank accounts.