Tjuart is a dynamic and expanding firm with the capability to take schemes from the client brief through to completion on site. We have a proven track record of successfully completed projects. Aboriginal history and culture developed over millennia offers insight into a harmony with the land that we inhabit and it’s precious resources.
Our design philosophy is underpinned by holistic environmental principles, inspiration of natural forms, efficiency and innovation. We understand that buildings have the capacity to excite, inspire and make a positive contribution to the way we live and work. Our aim is to understand our client’s objectives and help them with a vision for building solutions which exceed expectation. Together we can build a sustainable future.
Ian is an Architect and business leader with over 25 years of industry experience. After qualifying as an architect in the UK, Ian founded an award winning architectural practice which he went on to develop over a 15 year period before Co-founding Tjuart Architects in Western Australia. He has experience in many building sectors and extensive knowledge of sustainable building techniques including European Passive House.
“I have a love of architecture and believe that design ideas, and realised buildings, have the potential to makes a difference to our lives. I’m really excited to work with our team and help ignite a passion for architectural design. Tjuart now offers a career path to the highest level for Aboriginal people”.
Corey is a Noongar / Yamatji man from Donnybrook, Western Australia with a strong sense of connection to Ngalang Boodja (Our Country). Growing up Corey spent a lot of time out bush, which informed his outlook and understanding on many levels. He is a multi-disciplinary designer with a growing range of technical skills and a vision for the future of his people, land & culture.
Corey seeks to explore uncharted avenues of Indigenous design by incorporating Aboriginal cultural aesthetics & principles into concepts which ultimately creates a fusion between traditional design and modern technology.