Last year k20 Architecture Director Theodore Kerlidis visited RMIT University studio as a speaker on Stephen Crafti's radio program RMIT Talking Design.
Construction continues to progress well despite the recent wet weather at our Wantirna South Children’s Centre project for Knox City Council.
Construction of The Basin Primary School was officially celebrated this morning with the turning of the first ‘soil’.
Last night team k20 attended the 2017 Melbourne Design Awards Presentation night which celebrated the very best of design and innovation in Melbourne.
The latest works at our new office in South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia included repairing and restoring the 60 year old windows and putting in high performing double glazing acoustic rated glass to the new building.
With our display suite for Eternity Apartments project officially complete we recently spoke with West Footscray based artist Sean Diamond who led the construction of the project, as part of our People in our Architecture series.
We are happy to announce that we have been shortlisted and are in the running for the 2017 Melbourne Design Awards, Architecture- Proposed category for our Eternity Apartments project.
We recently met at Lalor Tennis Club with Project Manager for the City of Whittlesea Jonathan Chan as part of our 'People in our Architecture' series; a process which allows us to capture the experiences of the people using our buildings.
Our McKenzie Street Aged Services Centre was officially opened by the City of Melton this week.
Last night we attended Doltone House, Sydney which was full of architects, designers and builders as part of the 2016 BPN Sustainability Awards presentation.
On August 8 Ballarat Regional Soccer Facility was announced a Finalist in the 2016 Australian Timber Design Awards, Excellence in the Use of Timber Products Cladding category.
On Thursday 31 March Theodore Kerlidis was invited to present k20 Architecture’s Port Melbourne Football Facility at the 2016 WoodSolutions Seminar as Winner of the 2015 Australian Timber Design Awards (ATDA) Sustainability category.
On Thursday 17th September, k20 Architecture was awarded winner of the 2015 Australian Timber Design Awards Sustainability category for Port Melbourne Football Club Sporting and Community Facility, recognising the new facility as an exemplar in this category.
On Saturday 28 February 2015, Ballarat Regional Soccer Facility was officially opened by Ballarat MP Catherine King, Des Hudson the Chairman of the Ballarat Regional Soccer Facility and Senator Michael Ronaldson.
On Thursday 18th September k20 Architecture were awarded winner of the People’s Choice Award for our Hindmarsh Shire Council Offices project at the Australian Timber Design Awards in Sydney.
On Tuesday 17 December 2013, the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) Bendoc Depot was officially opened by Mr Brad Battin MP, Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment and Member for Gippsland East, Tim Bull.
k20 Architecture was shortlisted to develop an urban renewal project in Brunswick for the City of Moreland.
On Wednesday 22nd of May Stage 1 of Ballarat Regional Soccer Facility was officially opened by The Hon. Hugh Delahunty, MP, John Burt (Mayor) and Des Hudson (Councillor – South Ward).