Built-to-Rent: Design Competition
We provide architecture, design and delivery services for government, commercial, residential, mixed-use, education and defence projects.
With expertise in diversity across sectors and building typologies, we champion sustainable, inclusive and creative innovation in the built environment. Working collaboratively with project managers, asset owners, developers, contractors and consultants, we design functional buildings and deliver rich experiences for communities.
We believe effective design responds intimately to site context and end-user diversity, by blending local nuance with wider community values, we ensure each project, large or small, belongs to the characteristics of those who interact with it.
Our projects hold strong connection to Country and set new benchmarks in sustainability and smart building technology.
Shared outcomes can bring a momentum of their own.
Redesigning a suburban library with a connected new community hub presents an opportunity to respond to our changing planet and social needs in sustainable, inspiring and nurturing ways.
Visionary insight can cultivate journeys of discovery and delight.
Intricately weaving two brands together
The benchmark for design and integrated delivery with a unique offering in this competitive space.
The design is reflective of a number of key elements that have inspired the appearance and form of the building.
Sometime nature brings the greatest ideas to the table.
A synthesis of retail, community uses, carparking and residential.
Sometimes it’s the little touches that can spark big ideas.
A striking entry statement for both Club and Hotel.
Collective strength can spark brilliance.
Discovering a destination right on your doorstep.
Part of the of large community development called “The Hills of Carmel”
A high priority, joint service, project that creates a new Joint Helicopter School.
In towns and cities, public space has traditionally served as a meeting place, marketplace and traffic way.
Inspired by design methodologies adopted a century ago – innovation, decoration and social creation.
Oriented to enclose the existing activity courtyard and to provide maximum interaction.
A quality destination resort that has fully integrated facilities.
Enhancing site by emulating it.
Heritage knits in with high-rise residential development in Sydney CBD
New and upgraded commuter wharves throughout Sydney Harbour
Working in collaboration with the concept consulting architects in Switzerland to deliver a national roll out.
The BIW-BSIP Project was conceived out of a security risk identified against an Australian Defence Base in August 2009.
This project encompasses the adaptive reuse of this magnificent stone heritage building in Macquarie Street in the CBD.
An exercise in simplicity
With community at the heart, we can curate the extraordinary.
GroupGSA were engaged by Retail First to design and deliver the revitalisation of their Cannon Hill Kmart Plaza Shopping Centre.
Strong and vibrant connections with the Vietnamese community.
One of the most significant projects in Sydney.
Challenging convention can elevate the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Upgrading and establishment of facilities that reflect the cultural values of the Navy.
A lively office and chambers space for the Mid Coast Council in Taree.
Part of the creation of a revitalised ‘Justice Precinct’ and Civic Centre.
An important connector between the Gosford CBD and the Brisbane Waters waterfront.
The consolidation of a variety of crucial community based services.
An A-grade commercial building with over 10,000sqm of floor space and basement parking.
A glistening new library and community hub at Waurn Ponds.
Inspired by the two rivers that flow past Bacchus Marsh
Challenging mental health in residential aged care.
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