A new outlook for SJB

July 2016

After 40 years in the inner suburbs of Albert Park, Port Melbourne, South Melbourne and Southbank, the SJB team is moving its design studio into a heritage warehouse in a laneway in Melbourne’s CBD. This move heralds a cultural shift within the organisation, responding to the needs of both our clients and team members, while also supporting the City of Melbourne’s strategy of retaining and celebrating the unique aspects of the CBD’s laneways through activation and diversity.

The warehouse building at 18 Oliver Lane is of architectural significance as being the first conventional building in Australia constructed wholly of reinforced concrete. The building completed in 1907 was designed and built by noted engineer, John Monash (later Sir John Monash) and builder/entrepreneur, David Mitchell (the father of Dame Nellie Melba).

The studio also looks out over one of Melbourne’s iconic landmark buildings, The Forum Theatre, and is in the hub of the city’s liveliest restaurant precinct.

From Monday, 18 July 2016 our new details are:

Address: Level 5, 18 Oliver Lane, Melbourne Vic 3000
SJB Architects / SJB Urban  +61 3 9699 6688
SJB Interiors  +61 3 9686 2122

We invite you to join us soon and share this new outlook for SJB.

Related Links
Best Design Awards 2017
UDIA Awards for Excellence
SJB shortlisted for the 2017 World Architecture Festival and INSIDE
Australian Urban Design Awards 2017