Australian architecture and interiors practice, Gray Puksand, has announced the opening of a new studio in Canberra.
With existing studios in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, the move comes as the company is expanding its work in the nation’s capital.
The office, located in the city, will enable the firm to continue its growth while servicing clients with both existing and new locally based team members.
Gray Puksand has been undertaking projects in Canberra for the past decade and is known for its national expertise.
Managing partner, Stephen Turner, detailed that the move to open the new studio forms a part of the firm’s long-term plans to increase local participation and geographic presence in Canberra.
“The ACT is a growing market across all of our main sectors, and we are excited to be on the ground as we forge ahead in making a mark with leading buildings for Canberrans,” Mr Turner shared.
“For Gray Puksand, opening a Canberra studio is a natural step and strategic move for us as we look to fully service clients across the east coast of Australia and become a greater part of this community.”
“We look forward to continuing our design work and research in Canberra by being on the ground while also creating local job opportunities to join our team,” he said.
Gray Puksand’s work in Canberra spans multiple sectors including education, commercial, government, workplace and aged care as the city is undergoing a strong period of development and urban renewal.
“Canberra is slated to undergo a significant period of development and we are playing a role by investing in the future of the city, through both our projects and local presence,” Mr Turner added. Projects include Throsby Primary School and Greenway Views Seniors Living.
Earlier this week Greenway Views took out The Urban Developer Award for Development of the Year — Retirement, Aged Care and Senior Living.