CoDO - Collaborative Design Office

Emerging architectural design practice in Melbourne offering fresh and innovative ideas

Who we are

Our design philosophy is based on the collaboration and interaction with each client and thus our architecture is informed by appropriate responses to brief, site, community and environment. Regardless of the project scale, our fundamental concern is to constantly excel in quality, reputation and performance.

What we do

Our professional background of work ranges from private residences to large mixed use developments, including, commercial, workplace, retail and education projects. Our ability to produce client focused outcomes allows us to avoid typical ‘out of the box’ solutions.

Our bespoke designers produce elegant, inventive and practical design solutions, delivering a high quality service for residential and commercial buildings in a timely mannar and on budget. We tailor our design process to suit the needs of each of our clients.

Our experienced Architects leverage the latest tools and technologies, such as Autodesk Revit, to design buildings and structure and their components in 3D, as well as annotating the models with 2D drafting elements.

The studio’s youthful enthusiasm and passion for collaboration pervades all aspects of our work, and our ability to increase and maintain our client base has consolidated our position within the design sector.

Our values are simple; honesty and simplicity. Therefore, when designing, we put special emphasis on attention to detail and carefully selected materials, thus allowing our style to be sustainable for future use.

Latest stories

VR Virtually Reality Headset – Client Residential Project Presentation and WalkthroughApril 01, 2019

Well, not only because it is fun! Collaborative Design Office offers our clients Virtually Reality in the early design stage because it also enables the client to envision the concept of the project, its spaces, size, scale, light, textures and finishes. We recently took our clients on a tour through each space of there future new home in virtual reality. Exploring the different rooms…

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