Our Alliances

Bigger than you think. dwp|suters is part of an international network.

At dwp|suters, we're connected to the world around us. We are a group of 450 professionals working collaboratively in studios conveniently located throughout Asia, Australia and the Middle East. dwp|suters combines the design flair of one of Asia’s most innovative international design companies, dwp; with over 50 years of award winning design expertise from one of Australia’s top ten architecture practices, Suters.

dwp stands for design worldwide partnership, an award winning, integrated design service founded in 1994.

Collaboration

We approach collaboration with openness and enthusiasm from the outset, a passion for teamwork and engaging the collective expertise of our people, our clients, our colleagues and community is at heart of our success.

Our teams form and reform to bring skills together in response to unique challenges. We have a long tradition of collaborating with other practices, with many successful projects delivered through joint venture arrangements and the like. For enquiries about joint venture and PPP projects contact our CEO Leone Lorrimer.

ClarkeKeller

ClarkeKeller is a mid-scale architectural practice based in Barton in the ACT. Established originally as David Clarke Architects in 2001, the practice is led by David Clarke and Cassandra Keller, who are known for their professionalism and ‘can do’ approach. ClarkeKeller is focussed on producing innovative design and expert documentation as a flexible, client focused team.

Coburn Architecture 

Coburn Architecture is a Cairns based practice focused on creating spaces that contribute positively to people's well being and are appropriate for the tropical climate of Northern Australia. The practice was founded in 2013 by Alanna Coburn, following the closure of dwp|suters Cairns Studio. With over 10 years' architectural experience, and five years in the tropics Alanna and her team are dedicated to providing end to end project management service to their clients in Far North Queensland.

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