TITLE


Energy Objects

Murray to Mountain Rail Trail

Stefanino Panino

BN191

Heat Death

Easey Factory

North Fitzroy House

Melbourne Now

Edmond & Corrigan Office

New Day Rising

North Melbourne Apartment

Living Museum of the West

Alt.Material

Design Standards

Port Melbourne House

NGV Architecture Commission

RTC Studios

Tallinn Architecture Biennale

Future ourselves, scenes

Counterfactual City

YEAR


2023-24

2023-24

2023

2023-24

2023

2023

2023-24

2023

2022-23

2022-23

2022-23

2022

2022

2022

2022

2021

2021

2021 

2020

2020

TYPE


Funiture/Exhibition

Public Infrastructure

Upgrade

Upgrade

Exhibition

Retrofit

Residential 

Exhibition

Restoration

Multi-Residential

Residential

Masterplan

Exhibition

Exhibition

Residential

Installation

Fitout

Installation

Exhibition

Research


TITLE


Energy Objects

Murray to Mountain Rail Trail

Stefanino Panino

BN191

Heat Death

Easey Factory

North Fitzroy House

Melbourne Now

Edmond & Corrigan Office

New Day Rising

North Melbourne Apartment

Melbourne’s Living Museum of the West

Alt.Material

Design Standards

Port Melbourne House

NGV Architecture Commission

RTC Studios

Tallinn Architecture Biennale

Future ourselves, scenes

Counterfactual City

YEAR


2023-24

2023-24

2023

2023-24

2023

2023

2023-24

2023

2022-23

2022-23

2022-23

2022

2022

2022

2022

2021

2021

2021 

2020

2020

TYPE


Funiture/Exhibition

Public Infrastructure

Upgrade

Upgrade

Exhibition

Adaptive Reuse/Retrofit

Residential 

Exhibition

Restoration

Multi-Residential

Residential

Masterplan

Exhibition

Exhibition

Residential

Installation

Fitout

Installation

Exhibition

Research

STATUS


Ongoing

Competition, Shortlisted Entry

Occupied

Design

Complete

Occupied

Design, Pre Planning

Complete

Design, Post Planning

Design, Post Planning

Design

Design

Complete

Complete

Unbuilt

Competition, Shortlisted Entry

Occupied 

Complete

Complete

Complete


Simulaa is an architecture practice based in Naarm, dedicated to both built commissions and research projects. The work of the practice is defined by considered analysis and a research-based approach that prioritises a time-based design thinking that recognises architecture’s inherent entanglement with social, economic, aesthetic, political, and environmental concerns. The practice has a particular interest in reconciling architecture’s relationship with technology, energy, waste, and ecology through critical experimentation. As architects and design professionals we must demonstrate the social and economic advantages of new and better ways of thinking about the built environment. It is critical we re-evaluate and reset our priorities on a more empathetic and resilient path.