Perth Studio

Kukame McPierzie

Principal, Perth Studio Chair

The Perth studio is located on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. 

Located in the heritage listed ‘Palace Hotel’ building in Perth’s CBD, Woods Bagot Perth is located on the traditional country of the Whadjuk Noongar people.

Working along the same timezone across Southeast and mainland Asia, Perth is positioned at the gateway to the Indian ocean rim – interlocking Asia with the Australian regions through clientele and project collaboration. Situated in an emerging contemporary city that blends urban and suburban lifestyle, the Perth studio also contributes to the landscape of its home city – commercially and socially.

Diverse and highly energetic, the Perth studio specializes in workplace architecture and interiors, transport, multi-residential, mixed-use, and hotel.

Working across a wide range of sectors and disciplines, Perth studio has established itself as specialists in transport and workplace (architecture and interiors) – along with key projects in multi-residential, mixed-use, and hotels to name a few.

Perth’s transport sector focuses on the integration of urban design aspects to create inclusive designs informed by the user experience. The same principles can be seen in workplace projects through the application of analysis and observation, determined by the users’ needs.

Perth’s central time zone location allows the studio to connect into many of our global studios – working on the best projects around the world. This global influence adds value to the projects we design for our local clients in Perth.

Kukame McPierzie, Studio Chair

The Perth Studio was established in 1998 and has a 50/50 gender split . The studio is actively involved in teaching at UWA, Curtin Uni and Notre Dame and has been an influential active member of Architects Declare movement .

The Palace
108 St Georges Terrace
Perth, Australia

PO Box Z5365
Perth WA 6831

+61 8 9322 0500

Registered Architectural Corporation 1933