Carter Williamson is a vibrant, award winning Sydney based practice, most recently receiving recognition at both NSW Architecture Awards and the National Houses awards for our Cowshed House in Glebe in Sydney’s inner-west.
Architecture is the construction of ideas, represented as sequences of space illuminated by natural light. We believe that architecture should allow us to feel safe and secure, confident and expressive, quiet and reflective. Good architecture should make our lives better.
Our architecture is robust yet playful, finely crafted and thoughtful, responsive to client and brief and filled with joy and natural light.
We relish the opportunity and challenge of working across a wide range of projects and scales, from residential to multi-residential, public and commercial and everything in between.
Carter Williamson work has received strong interest from local and international publications. Many of these are included in our media gallery.
The studio is regularly involved in exhibitions and cultural events, including the Sydney Architecture Festival where we installed our flat-pack, sustainable housing prototype GRID in Sydney’s Martin Place, and more recently the set design of Everest for I Love Todd Sampson. A multidisciplinary theatrical production in the historic wharves at Pier 2/3, Walsh Bay.