SIMULAA

Simulaa is a architecture practice based in Naarm, dedicated to both built commissions and research projects. We are currently undertaking single and multi-residential projects, 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.

We don’t seek out projects based of a particular type, scale or budget but on the opportunity to work with people who want to deliver considered, 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’.


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‘NGV Architecture Commission’ - shortlisted project, Architecture AU, Australian Design Review
‘Gas Stack’ - AA Prize for Unbilt Work
‘Burlasite’ - Winner of the TAB2022 Installation Competition, Architecture AU, Archdaily, Archinect





Simulaa is a architecture practice based in Naarm, dedicated to both built commissions and research projects. We are currently undertaking single and multi-residential projects, an Artists’ Studio, masterplan for a cultural institution and an adaptive re-use of the 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. We don’t seek out projects based of a particular type, scale or budget but on the opportunity to work with people who want to deliver considered, high-quality design outcomes that contribute positively to the built environment and the social and cultural fabric of the city.