CTBUH Silver Member

Architectus

About

Member Since: 2012

Member Offices: Sydney

Website: http://www.architectus.com.au/

Architectus is a top-tier architecture and design studio with specialist expertise in commercial, education, interiors, public, residential, transport, urban design and planning.

Our insightful and human-centric design approach is combined with a collaborative ethos and digitally agile culture to create unique places with distinct identities.

Architectus has studios located in Australia and New Zealand.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture; Interior Design; Urban Design

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2012

Member Offices

  • Sydney

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

443 Queen Street

183.7 m / 603 ft

2

100 Mount Street

151.8 m / 498 ft

3

Brookfield Place Sydney

134 m / 440 ft

4

1 Bligh Street

133 m / 436 ft

5

Langston Tower

96 m / 315 ft

6

Barrack Place

83 m / 272 ft

7

Langston Central

78 m / 256 ft

8

DUO West

70.8 m / 232 ft

9

DUO East

65.7 m / 216 ft

10

1 Parramatta Square

65 m / 213 ft

Awards

1 Bligh Street

Winner: 1 Bligh Street

10 Year Award 2021

Ctbuh Leaders

Ivan Ip

Ivan Ip

CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee, 2017 – Present

Sydney

Shaun Schroter

Shaun Schroter

CTBUH Regional Committee, 2018 – Present

Melbourne

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

28 March 2018

CTBUH Sydney Design Excellence Series: One Sydney Park

On 28 March, 2018, CTBUH Sydney re-launched their Design Excellence Series with a series of presentations on One Sydney Park, a new luxury residential development....

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Research

26 October 2015

Beyond the Podium: Urban Spaces for Tall Buildings in a Subtropical City

The tower and podium form is a widely accepted typology for urban intensification across the globe. However in the subtropics it may not be the...

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Global News

04 May 2021

Residential Complex’s Main Tower Tops Out in Sydney

The tallest structure in a triple-tower mixed-use residential apartment project in Epping, Australia, has topped out. The uppermost floor on The Langston’s 29-story Langston Tower...

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Rank
Name
City
Height

1

505 George Street

Sydney

270 m

887 ft

2

383 La Trobe Street

Melbourne

244 m

801 ft

3

4-6 Bligh Street

Sydney

205 m

673 ft

4

601 Pacific Highway Tower 1

Sydney

200 m

656 ft

5

195 Church Street Office Tower

Parramatta

192 m

630 ft

6

1 Mills Lane

Auckland

190 m

623 ft

7

62 Mary Street

Brisbane

189 m

620 ft

8

443 Queen Street

Brisbane

184 m

603 ft

9

41 McLaren Street

Sydney

161 m

528 ft

10

195 Church Street Residential Tower

Parramatta

152 m

499 ft

11

100 Mount Street

Sydney

152 m

498 ft

12

601 Pacific Highway Tower 2

Sydney

145 m

476 ft

13

700 George Street

Sydney

140 m

459 ft

14

Brookfield Place Sydney

Sydney

134 m

440 ft

15

1 Bligh Street

Sydney

133 m

436 ft

16

66-82 Talavera Road (B1 tower)

Sydney

120 m

394 ft

16

66-82 Talavera Road (B3 tower)

Sydney

120 m

394 ft

16

66-82 Talavera Road (B4 tower)

Sydney

120 m

394 ft

16

66-82 Talavera Road (B6 tower)

Sydney

120 m

394 ft

20

Langston Tower

Sydney

96 m

315 ft

21

Watermark

Perth

90 m

295 ft

22

Barrack Place

Sydney

83 m

272 ft

23

171-189 Parramatta Road (Tower 1)

Parramatta

82 m

269 ft

23

171-189 Parramatta Road (Tower 2)

Parramatta

82 m

269 ft

25

Langston Central

Sydney

78 m

256 ft

26

DUO West

Sydney

71 m

232 ft

27

DUO East

Sydney

66 m

216 ft

28

1 Parramatta Square

Parramatta

65 m

213 ft

29

Langston Parkview

Sydney

62 m

203 ft

30

111 George Street (Tower A)

Parramatta

60 m

197 ft

31

Windeyer Chambers

Sydney

59 m

194 ft

32

Fortitude Valley Residential Tower

Brisbane

- m

- ft

33

Fortitude Valley Commercial Tower

Brisbane

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

9 Years

Most Common Function*

Mixed-use (31%), 4 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (83%), 10 Buildings

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.

Total: 13 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 12 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 13 Completed & Under Construction Buildings

Building Completions Timeline

 

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

 

28 March 2018 | Sydney

CTBUH Sydney Design Excellence Series: One Sydney Park

On 28 March, 2018, CTBUH Sydney re-launched their Design Excellence Series with a series of presentations on One Sydney Park, a new luxury residential development....

30 October 2017 | Sydney

CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference - Session 4C: Vertical Schools Q&A

Monday 30 October, 2017. Sydney, Australia. Karen Wong, Associate Director, Bates Smart, chairs the question and answer session with Shu-Hsin Soong, Technical Director & Education...

30 October 2017 | Sydney

Rethinking Schools: A Case for the Efficient Use of School Campuses

This presentation discussed the opportunities to utilize school lands more efficiently, by rethinking the school campus as a combination of vertical, high-rise, internal learning spaces,...

03 March 2016 | Brisbane

CTBUH Breakfast: Changing Face of Brisbane

Australia Chapter’s Brisbane Committee held the second of its breakfast seminars on May 26, 2016. The topic of discussion was “The Changing Face of Brisbane,”...

27 October 2015 | New York City

Beyond the Podium: Urban Spaces for Tall Buildings in a Subtropical City

The tower and podium form is a widely accepted typology for urban intensification across the globe. However in the subtropics it may not be the...

27 October 2015 | New York City

2015 New York Conference - Session 5a - Q&A

Karl Fender, Katsalidis Architects; Philip Vivian, Bates Smart; and Caroline Stalker, Architectus, answer questions at the end of 2015 New York Conference Session 4e: Developments...

23 July 2014 | Sydney

CTBUH Australia's Design Excellence with Ray Brown, Architectus

Leading architect Ray Brown, the Managing Director of Architectus, presents Architectus' scheme for the Greenland Centre – a building that will be the tallest residential...

23 July 2014 | Sydney

CTBUH Australia's Design Excellence: Q & A

On July 23rd, 2014, the Australian CTBUH Sydney Chapter hosted its second successful event exploring Design Excellence at Hassell Studios in Sydney with five leading...

26 October 2015

Beyond the Podium: Urban Spaces for Tall Buildings in a Subtropical City

Caroline Stalker, Architectus

The tower and podium form is a widely accepted typology for urban intensification across the globe. However in the subtropics it may not be the...

04 May 2021

Residential Complex’s Main Tower Tops Out in Sydney

The tallest structure in a triple-tower mixed-use residential apartment project in Epping, Australia, has topped out. The uppermost floor on The Langston’s 29-story Langston Tower...

22 October 2020

Stage 2 Launch Announced of Epping Sydney Complex

Leading Australian property developer, Cbus Property, has announced the highly anticipated new tower release and Stage 2 sales launch of its major north-west Sydney project,...

25 August 2020

Office Tower Tops Out in Sydney

The centerpiece of Brookfield Properties’ AUD$2 billion (US$1.4 billion) project topped out 134 meters above the brand new transit hall for Wynyard train station. The...

30 August 2019

Billion-Dollar Apartment Tower in Sydney Embraces “Friendly Neighbor” Design Scheme

After securing approval in 2015 to amend the 150-meter height limit on the site, Coombes Property Group and its joint venture partner Mirvac have lodged...

06 June 2019

Property Giant Secures 95 Percent of Leases at North Sydney Skyscraper

Dexus’ North Sydney office tower has reached practical completion, with the property giant securing final leases for the 100 Mount Street asset. The AU$600 million...

17 April 2019

Social, Collaborative Office Tower Proposed for Sydney

Chinese-backed Maville Group has proposed an AU$66 million (US$47.2 million) office tower in North Sydney, with nearly 20 percent of the property devoted to coworking,...

23 January 2019

Two New Parramatta Square Towers Win Approval

Lang Walker’s AU$3.2 billion (US$2.2 billion) Parramatta Square development continues its progression, with NSW Planning giving the green light for the construction of the final...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Architectus

Design Excellence Series: One Sydney Park

28 March 2018

The CTBUH Australia Chapter’s Sydney Committee relaunched its Design Excellence series with an event examining the competition entries for One Sydney Park.

CTBUH Urban Habitat/Urban Design Workshop Held at 2017 Conference

29 October 2017

The CTBUH Urban Habitat/Urban Design Committee held its third annual meeting and workshop, which included presentations by James Parakh and Chris Proctor.

The Changing Face of Brisbane: Seminar Two

26 May 2016

CTBUH Australia’s Brisbane Committee held the second of its breakfast seminars. This discussion on “The Changing Face of Brisbane" focused on 443 Queen Street.

60 Martin Place

09 March 2016

CTBUH New South Waleskicked off 2016 with it's first event to celebrate the design excellence of Investa Properties’ new tower at 60 Martin Place

Warm Weather Spaces Walking Tours 2015

17 September 2015

The CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee organized guided walking tours of 16 cities around the globe, focusing on urban habitats around tall buildings.

Vertical High Density Urbanism in 21st Century in Nature

18 May 2015

Caroline Stalker presented “Vertical High Density Urbanism in 21st Century in Nature," which showed parallels between several typologies of Brisbane and Mumbai.

Ctbuh Leaders At Architectus

Ivan Ip

CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee, 2017 – Present

Ivan Ip

Sydney

Shaun Schroter

CTBUH Regional Committee, 2018 – Present

Shaun Schroter

Melbourne