Surf Coast Secondary College

The school is designed to celebrate eco friendly materials and energy efficient design techniques with a key focus on the communication of environmental responsibility and ‘green values’ to the student population.

At dwp|suters we are in the business of shaping futures for innovative and sustainable communities and cities.
Leone Lorrimer
CEO dwp|suters
The Grand Hyatt Macau

Located in Cotai on the banks of the Pearl River, Macau, the Grand Hyatt forms an integral part of the spectacular City of Dreams resort.  With two distinctive towers, this development seeks to set new standards in Macau for business and leisure guests alike.

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Taking Shape

We are about pioneering new ways of doing for the benefit of current and future communities.

Four Portfolios of Expertise

Our expert teams are structured into four portfolios: Lifestyle, Community, Work and Infrastructure. We deliver projects via teams of highly focused specialists, offering diversity, flexibility and creativity.

How We Work

We question conventions and norms, engaging in thorough research and enquiry throughout the design process to generate unique ideas developed from first principles.

Design Leaders
We are as passionate about delivery innovative, visionary design solutions as we are about working in close collaboration with our clients.
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Ku-ring-gai Fitness and Aquatic Centre Delivers First Class Facilities Year Round

The new $17 million Ku-ring-gai Fitness and Aquatic Centre designed by dwp|suters provides the local community with access to contemporary leisure facilities all year round.


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Architectural Graduate Honored

Congratulations Sacha!

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Workplace Gender Equality

dwp|suters has a long standing commitment to pay equity as part of our broader gender diversity strategy.

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Reimagining the Sydney Skyline

The latest figures released by the Department of Planning and Environment show a further two million people will be added to the New South Wales population by 2031. In the next 50 years Sydney will need to plan for a doubling of the number of homes in a mixture of apartments and houses. All Australia’s capital cities face similar challenges.

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