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Shuter Babuza Green Factory – Construction to commence early 2017!

We have been featured in Shuter Magazine’s recent newsletter! and we are so honored! Quick summary below:

From late 2014 it has been a long but exciting journey for WA. Firstly designing an submitting a competition proposal based on the concept of a collection of three banyan trees, their canopy creating the permeable eco-skin and  central core, the trunk sculpturally interpreted in timber rising 30 metres and weaving as would branches throughout the length of the 100 metre long building.

The strength of the design concept in conjunction with our passion and sincerity saw our bronze competition placing elevated to a commission to finally deliver the developed design to the local architect in April 2016. This was achieved in the face of serious competition from a number of international architects including Sou Fujimoto, CDI, and Mecanoo.

The unique WA design process relied on the engagement with the Shuter Babuza design committee and a ever increasing number of consultants and suppliers from Canada, New Zealand, Austria, Japan, China, Taiwan and Australia in what was truely an international design collaborative. Exciting times and and one that we hope culminates in the selection of a D&C contractor in November/December 2016 for construction commencement in early 2017.


If you wish to view the whole newsletter, please feel free to click here to download! p.s. If you are not bi-lingual – don’t stress, our section is also in english! go straight to page 7 and 8!

We can’t leave you in the hang and not remind you on our original submission! CLICK CLICK!


Williamson Architects – Shuter Dreamworks – Green Factory


Competition – Ryde 486

We love being creative here at Williamson Architects and we love that our designs are being shown!


Calleija Jewellers

Calleija Jewellers owner John Calleija, has entrusted the realisation of designs for both Marina Mirage and Royal Arcade, London showrooms/retail studios to Williamson Architects. Our Senior Architect – Tim Woodfield is currently working closely with the Calleija Team in spearheading the planning and detailed design of these intricate studios, to provide intimate and lasting impression of the Calleija experience. In the meantime, checkout their amazing collection.


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We have recently had 3 of 4 entries in the Shoot the Architect listed in the Finals. View our entries here at AIA Shoot the Architect or view ALL our entries in our portfolio.

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Featured: Australian Office Taipei

Wow, it’s been a great honour to be featured in the Australian Office of Taipei website today with news of our recent award of 3rd prize for our submission in the SHUTER International DreamWorks Architecture Competition. Thank you for the mention!  Read Article…

Shuter Dreamworks - Green Factory

Featured: Bustler

Due to our recent success with Shuter DreamWorks Architectural Competition, we have been approached for a quick interview by We have been honored to be interviewed and pleased to supply images from our entry.

Have a quick read…

Results: Shuter DreamWorks Architectural Competition

OMG! we have recently gotten the best news. Williamson Architects would love to announce that we have been awarded 3rd prize for our recent entry to the Shuter DreamWorks Architectural Competition. We would love to congratulate all the other winners, and a quick round of applause to all the other entries for the great work!

To view some of the images used in our entry, click below.

Shuter: Preliminary Selection

Today has being an amazing day with the announcement of Williamson Architects recent entry to the Shuter International DreamWorks Architectural Competition is among the 8 listed in the Primary Selection!! The final results to be announced in the coming weeks. Watch this space!

Great work everyone involved!


Featured: Arch Daily

We are so happy to show off our recent competition efforts of the Taichung City Cultural Centre with ArchDaily (we are a big fans!). Click below for a read!