Graeme Trickett Architects is based in Canberra and was established in 1992. The practice has completed a significant body of work including a wide range of residential, commercial and heritage conservation work.

The firm's approach to design projects is one of careful consideration of quality, sustainability, cost and timing which leads to the creation of highly regarded and innovative buildings – resulting in architecture awards of the highest level.

The firm specializes in providing a full architectural service for each client, leading to a design process that synthesizes passive solar design, three dimensional space and appropriate aesthetics to achieve a high level of built form.

Graeme Trickett FRAIA
BSc Arch. University of Newcastle
BArch. University of Newcastle
Registration: ACT No.801

Graeme has over 25 years of architectural experience over a broad range of projects. These include major institutional and commercial projects when working as a project architect with MGT, most notably on New Parliament House, Canberra, and the ANA Hotel in the Rocks, Sydney; as well as health and residential projects in his own practice. He looks forward to working with you on your new project.

Canberra Medallion
An award from the Australian Institute of Architects ACT Chapter for architectural excellence given to the best ACT building in the year awarded.

Small Practice Award
An award from the Australian Institute of Architects ACT Chapter; the inaugural award, 1998.

The National Archicentre Design Award
An award for excellence and professional service.

Australian Institute of Architects ACT Chapter President’s Award
An annual award received on two occasions.

Graeme Trickett Architects has considerable experience in the field of conservation management, covering a broad range of activities.

This includes general consulting with government and private clients, assessing heritage significance, producing statements of heritage impacts, and designing for adaptive reuse.