Michael Davies Architecture

About Michael Davies Architecture

Since 1975, Michael Davies Architecture has been providing professional architectural services including master planning, design, documentation, management and construction stage services for many clients. With its emphasis on creative design, Michael Davies Architecture has a strong focus on providing simple solutions for an array of highly specialised and technically complex projects.

The company forged its strong reputation with a portfolio of impressive buildings and collaborative management approach. From demanding projects such as the Port Stephens Oyster Hatchery in 1986 and the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Museum on Garden Island in 2004 to sensitive community and local government infrastructure such as the Auburn Civic Precinct, Michael Davies Architecture has delivered contemporary solutions for diverse purposes.

Michael Davies Architecture has a record of providing quality and innovation in residential, recreational, commercial and industrial architecture. Michael Davies Architecture is an established leader in government and community buildings, in particular, social & affordable housing, and sports & leisure design including aquatic centres, libraries, community and cultural centres.

Michael Davies Architecture is a mid-sized architectural firm which has positioned itself to take on medium to large scale projects. We treat every project on an individual basis, providing solutions tailored to the needs and we have the resources to work on projects of a large scale when required.

We offer Australia-wide flexibility across the full range of architectural endeavour and ensure that we always have experienced, capable personnel available to meet client demands.