Today we’re delighted to be celebrating an important birthday – 3 years of Baukultur!

And what a ride its been.


We’ve seen the opening of the new terminal expansion at Adelaide Airport, Salisbury’s new Civic Hub, the redevelopment of the Supreme Court in Victoria Square, and the Bice Building at Lot Fourteen – all projects that we started when we were at Hassell.

We’ve set the trajectory for several city shaping projects, including the Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre at Lot Fourteen – setting the design direction as our first major commission; a multi-billion dollar business case for new courts in Sydney; a strategic plan for Adelaide’s Karrawirra Pari (Riverbank) precinct; a business case for the Adelaide Museum of South Australia History (AMoSAH); a Scoping Study for a new concert hall; and a new allied health building for Flinders University.

Our current crop of work includes several hotels and apartment developments, refurbishment of the Eleanor Harrald and Hason buildings at Lot Fourteen, along with some smaller commissions, including a bespoke residential project and a pro-bono design that preserves a much-loved part of South Australia’s historical European development.

A current highlight is a ground breaking courthouse in Whanganui, New Zealand that is redefining courthouse design from a First Nations perspective with our New Zealand partners Jasmax.


And soon to emerge from behind Adelaide’s GPO will be the new Marriot Hotel for Greaton, a new addition to Adelaide’s skyline.

We’ve thoroughly enjoyed our first three years of business, and are relishing the prospect of continuing to use our design and strategic thinking skills to shape our wonderful home in Adelaide, and places beyond.