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Unit 5, 2A Gordon Avenue Geelong West, VIC 3218
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Established in 2010, Bespoke Architects is the collaborative union of Daniel Calder and Nicole Walters. Both are Architecture Graduates from Deakin University School of Architecture and Building. Both Daniel and Nicole have earlier qualifications in Building Design and Drafting from The Gordon.
Based in Newtown Victoria and servicing Geelong, The Bellarine Peninsula and Surf Coast areas. Bespoke Architects specialise in custom residential design of new homes and renovations to existing homes. Both Daniel and Nicole have a strong background in commercial architecture having worked on numerous large scale commercial projects prior to establishing Bespoke Architects.
Nicole is a Registered Architect, who lives and works in Newtown, VIC. She is a passionate renovator and is currently undertaking her third residential renovation. When she is not in the office Nicole divides her time between sessional teaching work at The Gordon (The Design & Building department) & as a committee member of the Geelong Young Professionals network.
Daniel is a Graduate Architect, who lives in Ocean Grove, VIC. He is an impassioned designer who has recently completed construction of his first home, see Bespoke House 0. When not in the office Daniel can most likely be found in the surf.
Bespoke Architects is a boutique studio, with a strong focus on design and client satisfaction. We are dedicated on working with clients from the concept stage of projects through to contract administration and the completion of construction to ensure the client’s vision is realised.
Our design ethos is to create spaces that respond to context of the site, taking full advantage of views and orientation and capturing the essence of the client. We believe that buildings should reflect the current and future needs of the occupants as well as their personalities. Clients purchase property and sites due to an emotional connection they feel with the location, it is our job as architects to translate this connection into a tactile structure.