Relative uses strategic thinking to inform precincts, architectural environments,
related identity systems and cultural experiences that make for better cities.
We work with organisations and thought leaders to understand, envision and
co-develop strategies, design concepts and frameworks for places that respond
to the evolving needs of people in cities. We are currently working alongside :
Through design research, we actively investigate the forces that will change
behaviours, expectations and ways of living and working in the 21st Century.
We engage with the right people, ideas and producers to tackle the complexities
of designing for a collective future.
Our work is centred around how organisations can contribute to the
vitality of the urban experience at all scales. Our design-led approach takes strategies through
to fully realised built outcomes that contribute to local culture and vitality.
The future will see the continued blurring of boundaries, in the way people
live, work, socialise, commute and connect with their community. Relative
works with organisations who wish to transform in the face of change.
We are constantly exploring new technologies and ways to utilise progressive
and responsibly sourced materials and processes. This is an ongoing process of
research and integration working alongside industry.
Recent notes :
∙ Relative participates in ‘Architecture: What Matters’ forum at NGV International
∙ Designing the future, latest in Broadsheet
∙ Relative presents at University of Technology Sydney alongside Foolscap Studio >
∙ Relative explores new LVL technologies through prototype architecture in Queenstown, NZ >
Relative has worked on projects at all scales for clients including:
LVMH, Noma, Lavazza, T2, Dentsu Aegis, Lendlease, Hamton, GPT, White Rabbit,
Unilever, Barangaroo, Zenith, Exchange Coworking and NGV International.