Our project spectrum includes residential architecture, commercial, tourism projects and public infrastructure.
Project context, either urban, rural landscape or coastal margin, greatly inform our processes and we strive to reflect this relationship within our architecture. We take an exploratory approach to the spatial arrangement & materials of our buildings and we encourage our clients to engage with us on this journey.
Sustainability is an integral facet of any design we undertake. The impact of a particular project is considered as a combination of factors, such as scale, relationship to site and broader context, in addition to its passive heating and cooling ability. Containment of built scale is one of the primary drivers that underpin our approach to sustainability.
Client communication is a criterion of the design process that we take seriously. We employ multi layered methods of communicating design and have considerable experience with the planning processes necessary to achieve successful outcomes at a planning application level. We aim to ensure our client is aware and comfortable at each step of a project’s navigation, from pre-design through to administration of the building contract.
Stuart Tanner Architects view contemporary architecture as a pivotal ingredient to a rich environmental culture and a vitally important aspect of a future sustainable society.
Australian Institute of Architects (A.I.A.) Membership No. 19035
Australian Consulting Architects (A.C.A.) Membership No. 3094
Board of Architects Tasmania Registration No. 565
NSW Register of Architects Registration No. 8700
Architects Registration Board of Victoria (ARBV) Registration No. 17820
Building Practitioner Accreditation No. C1049F
Stuart Tanner is the founding Director of STA. Stuart has a strong connection to the Australian landscape and it's relationship to Architecture.
Stuart’s depth of experience and ability to manage the Architectural process ensures that strong communication and considered practice prevails. His passion for architecture, music, literature and art influences his conceptual thinking at every level.
Stuart is also a ocean swimmer, surfer and musician.
His engagement with the Tasmanian wilderness is key to STA's success.
Nicholas is an Interior Designer with extensive experience in Residential and Workplace Interiors in Australia.
Nicholas has exceptional computer modelling, analysis and documentation skills which enable smooth delivery from Concept Design through to Contract Documentation.
He is experienced in managing project teams from Conceptual to Delivery stages to ensure efficient and thorough documentation outcomes.
Nicholas has also been Guest Lecturer in CAD at UTS Sydney.
Lara's career began in London working with RIBA Award winning Allies and Morrison.
During this time she gained extensive design and documentation experience on multi-residential, commercial and urban planning projects.
Since arriving in Tasmania in 2012, she has been an integral member of STA.
Lara's international design knowledge and experience from conceptual stage through to completion on site is evident in every project through a deep understanding of form and space.