Australian Institute of Architects

 

Finnis Architects

72 Bridport Street
ALBERT PARK VIC 3206

Ph. 03 9948 9900

accounts@finnisarchitects.com.au
www.finnisarchitects.com.au

 

Finnis Architects combines over 50 years experience working in the architecture and building industry, offering a skilled design team committed to ensuring all aspects of a project are explored and developed with expertise and imagination.

The quality of work that Finnis Architects creates stems from an integrated approach embracing architecture and interior design, landscaping, site works and detail design.

In a broader context, the firms\' success stems from our proven ability to manage and build relationships with the various consultants and authorities necessary to bring the design to reality.


Project profiles

En Vue

Sandringham, 2018

En Vue is a newly developed exclusive selection of twenty-two luxury one, two and three bedroom apartments in the heart of Bayside beauty, Sandringham. En Vue bestows the pinnacle of beautiful interiors and superior detailing with each of these residences impressively showcasing the latest contemporary elegance and luxury fittings and finishes. En Vue is one of a kind, Ěcombining a unique character and a modern exterior resulting in a standout building within one of Melbourne, favourite Bayside suburbs. Each apartment provides a softened, contemporary space to reflect and relax. En Vue has been designed with two key priorities in mind: individuality and luxury. Each apartment features an abundance of natural light, yet still provides an abiding sense of privacy and solitude. If the outdoors are more your flavour, soak in the glorious Melbourne sun perched atop your own private deck during the warmer months. The beautiful views are a constant reminder of just how close the bay really is.



Brace House

Albert Park, 2018

A Victorian terrace home located in a significant heritage precinct area of Albert Park. The Brace house was a process of retaining and celebrating the existing architectural language whilst transforming the remainder of the dwelling into an adaptable, contemporary, modern family home.



Quarry House

Brighton, 2018

The design incorporates Bluestone tiles on both the interior and exterior of the house, a contemporary adaption of a material that was historically utilised in Victorian-era buildings. Being a natural and aged material immediately integrated the new build into its context, giving the feeling of a home that has been there for years and will be for many to come.



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