Peddle Thorp is a progressive and distinguished company. It has been built on over a century of local and international design experience across a diverse range of projects.
Our business is the design of quality buildings that stand the test of time in both appearance and functionality.
The practice’s solid skill-base is built upon a wide range of architectural, interior design, urban design and planning experience.
At Peddle Thorp, we recognise that every project demands a unique response to a particular set of issues. These relate to site, brief, community, commercial drivers, climate and the creative response to the challenge by the designers and clients.
We recognise that the process of developing a project is a continual series of design choices to collectively create a successful outcome. Our role as architects is to use our experience and creativity to steer choices for the benefit of the client.
Central to our design process is a quest to gain a full understanding of our clients’ business, service and ethos. We seek to identify the drivers that will deliver them a successful project. Along with a comprehensive brief, these drivers enable our designers to contribute significant creative insight and alternative solutions from early project initiation and development stages through to the end of the project delivery process.
Peter’s experience profile has given him an overview in the key drivers of many project types. He has recognised design expertise in university, aged care, hospitality, residential and commercial projects, and is a specialist in brief resolution and facilities planning. He has a broad experience in the provision of new and redevelopment of commercial buildings.
Peter has a particular interest in private sector provision of health and aged care projects, where the capital and recurrent cost of facilities are of a keen interest to both the not-for-profit and commercial providers. Peter’s recent experience includes major projects in China master planning mixed use developments and new town centres.Visit Website
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