PRACTICE // Brown Falconer
With 36 people and 72 years of experience our portfolio is deep and it is this cross pollination of ideas from all kinds of experiences which leads to great outcomes. Brown Falconer is defined by a strong contemporary design approach combined with commercially viable and socially sustainable responses.
FEATURED PROJECTS // Aldinga Library
THREE WORDS THAT DESCRIBE THE PRACTICE ETHOS //
Respected. Enduring. Engaged.
WHAT IS THE MOST VALUED ITEM IN YOUR OFFICE //
People. Our staff and our clients
HOW DOES YOUR PRACTICE APPROACH THE DESIGN PROCESS //
Building a relationship with our clients to understand their strategic objectives, operational goals and design aspirations. Working with our clients to develop a clear set of Strategic Principles that will guide all future decisions on their project. Assisting our clients to clearly define their brief of requirements. Collaboratively resolving design solutions with our clients and specialist consultants to not only achieve but surpass the project aspirations.
HOW DO YOU THINK YOUR CLIENTS WOULD DESCRIBE YOU //
Relationship Builders, Respected, Trusted, Professional, Service Driven, Collaborative, Supportive, Client Focussed, Contemporary
DIRECTORS // Mario Dreosti, David Dawson, Kevin Preece
PRINCIPALS & SECTOR LEADERS // Michael Jorgensen, Michael Lambert, Lochlan Pellew, Troy Owens, Deborah Aukland, Kristi Cook, Mark Nield, Wade Kampes
NUMBER OF STAFF // 36
ADDRESS // 28 Chesser Street, Adelaide, SA
U9/ 300 Rokeby RoadSubiaco WA 6008
PHONE // +61 8 8203 5800 (Adelaide)
+61 8 6382 0286 (Perth)
EMAIL // email@example.com
WEBSITE // www.brownfalconer.com.au
SPECIALISATION / PROJECT TYPES // Commercial, Retail, Education, Multi Residential, Aged Care, Community Civic, Health
SERVICES // Architecture, Interior Design, Master Planning
PRACTICE BEGAN // 1945
Established in 1945 by Gordon Craig Brown the practice resided in the Epworth Building 33 Pirie Street until 1974, because of the purchase of the “HUT”, Mulgunya Building corner of Magill & Portrush Roads in Magill.
Peter Falconer & Partners joined the practice in 1975 creating Brown Falconer. In January 2015 Brown Falconer relocated back into the CBD not far from their roots in the Epworth Building, into Chesser Street Studio, known for its natural light and open courtyard with a significant tree right in the heart of the CBD.
Photography // James Knowler, David Sievers, Steve Rendoulis, Richard Elliott, Graham Spring