Space

Materiality

Preston Lane creates highly considered Architecture which responds to the human, environmental and social context.  We are interested in how the built form, through space and materiality affects people, and explore this idea across varying scales and building typologies.

Whilst the aesthetic of our work is important, it is the creation of a unique sensitivity and emotion within the spaces we create that is our priority.  This philosophy is applied to all our projects from a single room to an urban landscape.

From the Journal

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2016 Tasmanian Emerging Architect Prize – Bek Verrier

We are absolutely stoked that Bek Verrier from our Hobart office was the deserving recipient of the 2016 Tasmanian Emerging Architect Prize. Bek joined the Preston Lane team in 2011 during her final year of Masters of Architecture (graduating with …

AIA Tasmanian Chapter Architecture Awards 2016

We were very excited that the ‘Horse Shoe House’ received a Commendation in the Residential Houses (New) category at the 2016 Tasmanian Architecture Awards! Located in Blackmans Bay, the project provides a family home which wraps around its boundary to …