PEOPLE


Anna Jankovic

M.Arch, B.Arch Design, ARBV, RAIA

Anna Jankvoic is a registered architect in the state of Victoria and a director of Simulaa. Prior to establishing Simulaa, Anna practiced at John Wardle Architects, as a Project Architect in the design and delivery of a variety of projects across Residential, small Public work, Multi-Residential, Mixed-use Commercial, Educational & Institutional projects and Master Planning. Anna’s early post-Graduate career began at Edmond & Corrigan where she played a part in all aspects of the practice and its projects for 5 years—working across an extensive number of Residential and Public works that culminated with her architectural Registration in 2013. Alongside Simulaa, Anna is a Lecturer Industry Fellow at the School of Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT. 

Andre Bonnice
M.Arch, B.Arch Design, ARBV, RAIA

Andre Bonnice is a registered architect in the state of Victoria and a director of Simulaa. His professional experience prior to establishig Simulaaconsists of +15yrs in architectural practice including at Minifie van Schaik Architects, NH Architecture, Sauerbruch Hutton in Berlin and at McBride Charles Ryan. Andre gained invaluable experience working on the design and delivery of award-winning residential and educational projects as well as larger institutional and public projects and competitions. Andre also maintains strong links to academia holding a teaching position at The Melbourne School of Design, the University of Melbourne and previously at the RMIT School of Architecture and Monash Art Design and Architecture.

Bryn Murrell

M.Arch, B.Arch Design, RAIA

Graduate of Architecture. 

Nikola Sormaz

M.Arch, B.Arch Design, RAIA

Graduate of Architecture.




mulaa is an architecture practice based in Naarm, dedicated to both built commissions and research projects. We are currently undertaking single and multi-residential projects, an office fitout, an Artists’ Studio, masterplan for a cultural institution and an adaptive re-use of a 3 storey warehouse in Collingwood. It is important to us that we are empathetic and carefully observant of the context in which we work; to understand people, their habits and cultures, the things that are distinct to a place, that make up its history. The work of the practice is defined by considered analysis and a research-based approach that prioritises critical experimentation.We seek out projects that strive for high-quality design outcomes that contribute positively to the built environment and the social and cultural fabric of the city. Simulaa was shortlisted for the NGV Architecture Commission 2021, among 4 other shortlisted candidates selected from 104 competition submissions. In 2021, Simulaa won the TAB2022 Installation Competition for the Tallinn Architecture Biennale in Estonia. A significant architecture festival addressing relevant issues to the profession and the city. Most recently, Simulaa won the 2022 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work for the project ‘Gas Stack’.