Paul Morgan Architects (PMA) is a dedicated team of architects operating since 1997, with extensive experience in master planning, urban design and feasibility studies as well as the design of University TAFE, health, residential, school and municipal projects.
The high calibre of PMA’s design work has been recognised both nationally and internationally. Projects by PMA have received awards from the Chicago Athenaeum and European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies in 2009 and 2012. In 2007, the practice was awarded the Robin Boyd Award for Residential Buildings by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects for the Cape Schanck House. In 2007, PMA was one of only 20 practices worldwide to be nominated for the Zumtobel Group Award which honours outstanding sustainable contributions to architecture and humanity. PMA has also been exhibited extensively, representing Australia in the 11th and 13th Architecture Biennales in Venice in 2008 and 2012, the Istanbul Design Biennial in 2012 and the first Beijing International Architecture Biennale. The practice has been published in approximately 200 local and international books, journals and web sites.
The practice maintains a commitment to environmentally sustainable design and social enterprise projects.
PMA projects are published extensively in journals and magazines in Australia, overseas and online, including publications in New York, Amsterdam, Italy, China and Russia. Publications include: The Mathematics of Architecture, the Phaidon World Architecture Atlas, Design City Melbourne, Future Oz, 1000 Architects, Educational Spaces, 10x10x10: 100 Architects/10 Critics (Phaidon), Domus, Mark Magazine (Netherlands), and Metropolis Magazine (New York). Online publications include World-Architects www.psa-publishers.com , and Architecture-Page www.architecture-page.com.
Paul Morgan Architects’ 2013 monograph, the first volume in Uro Publications’ minimono series, documents a selection of Paul Morgan Architects’ most significant public and private commissions, including its multi-award winning residential work and its more recent educational and institutional design. Critical contributions include writing by Kristin Feireiss, co-founder of the architectural forum Aedes in Berlin and a former director of the Netherlands Architecture Institute, Conrad Hamann, author and architectural historian, and Dr Vivian Mitsogianni, Associate Professor in Architecture at RMIT University.