Focus on design creativity and sustainability
SOUTH MELBOURNE-based k20 Architecture’s passion lies in public and community based projects and the brilliant results of their work can be seen throughout Victoria. They provide their clients with a tailored level of service focused on delivering projects with design, sustainability and performance excellence. Established in 2004, k20 Architecture have expertise in a range of project types from community and childcare centres to sporting pavilions and heritage conservation. They deliver a full scope of professional consulting services with project construction values ranging from $50k to $100M.
Each project k20 Architecture undertake is led by founding directors Theodore Kerlidis and Anthony Uahwatanasakul. Theodore has more than 15 years’ experience designing community buildings with a focus on design creativity and sustainability with an end user focus. Anthony has experience with government, sporting, institutional, healthcare, residential and community projects and is Green Star Accredited. Their methodology for delivering projects is open and engaging with the aim of incorporating their client’s needs to create sustainable, innovative and exciting community facilities and hubs.
k20 Architecture is carbon neutral and delivers projects with maximum specification of Australian and locally sustainably sourced content. This includes materials and labor to promote locally sourced and manufactured materials with a lower ‘carbon footprint’. All of their projects incorporate ESD principles and one of their most recent projects, Hindmarsh Shire Council Offices, won the 2014 People’s Choice Award and was a finalist in the following categories: sustainability, public or commercial building and engineered timber products.
We feature a few of k20 Architecture’s superb projects (all photographs used © k20 Architecture):
Theodore Kerlidis. Anthony Uahwatanasakul.