Beach house design

JUNE 2018 – Anchor House Design


This house is a coastal weekend residence sitting on a steeply sloping site with a commanding view of the surf coast. The design proposes a 2 level building with an upper level entry opening to living spaces and an elevated terrace. A skillion roof allows sunlight penetration deep into the interior. The bedroom accommodation and rumpus are located on the lower levels, all with an aspect of the coastal view. The plan form has been generated to both maximise viewing opportunities of the coastline and distant hills from various areas within the dwelling, as well as to allow for view sharing with the neighbouring properties.

October 2017 – 3D Concept of Catholic Church


A principal design objective for this church was to create engagement with the broader local community. One of the primary initiatives was the carefully considered layering of materials and spaces to create a transparent architecture that would be inviting and hospitable. The arrival experience starts on approach with a welcoming entrance designed to be open and accessible and draw visitors from the main entrance towards the worshiping space. The message of religious culture is communicated subtly through the play of light and shadow in this architecture.

The planning for the site echoes the community engagement ethos by seeking to anchor the church to the broader pastoral care and education activities of the parish.

The church has a raw, natural and non-decorative material language. Materials and finishes reflect the rural location, with the proposed use of local natural materials to enable skilled expertise from parishioners. This church seeks to provide not only a worship and meditation space for Christians, but also a gathering place for the community.

March 2017 – Montmorency Secondary College, Deputy Premier’s Visit


Montmorency Secondary College (MSC) is undertaking the modernisation of the existing facilities, including the construction of new buildings. To mark the milestone at the recent ‘soil turning’ event were, Principal Allan Robinson, the Honorable James Merlino Deputy Premier of Victoria/Education Minister, Vicki Ward Local Councilor for Eltham, Andrew Koster, Carol & Roger Vieth from Crosier Scott, and students from MSC.

Corian Stair



Ego Pharmaceuticals HQ


The 2016 Corian  Grand Prize Winner has recently been awarded to Crosier Scott Architects for the newly completed project at Ego Pharmaceuticals HQ, in Dandenong South, Victoria.

The award,  ‘Recognises both residential and commercial designers for their creative use of Corian® in their field of expertise. Projects include but not limited to kitchen or bathroom renovation, Interior or exterior cladding, office, retail, healthcare or hospitality fit out etc.’ 

Congratulations to our client Ego Pharmaceuticals, a proudly Australian-owned company, what a successful project!

August 2016 – Crosier Scott receive 2 accolades in the 2016 BDAV awards



Crosier Scott Architects have been awarded 2 accolades on the 2016 Building Designer’s Association (BDAV) Awards night.

A commendation for ‘Best Interior Design’ – Non Residential, and joint winner for ‘Excellence in use of glass’.

Follow the links to find out more;

Commendation for ‘Best Interior Design’ – Non Residential

Joint Winner for ‘Excellence in Use of Glass’




Other accolades for the same project;

Winner of recent 2016 Architizer Award.


Designers of Ballarat Construction Management (BCM) winning design at the 2016 Master Builders Association 

Excellence in Construction of Commercial Building under $3M

Regional Commercial Builder of the Year – South West

May 2016 – Crosier wins peoples choice award, thanks for voting!




May 12, 2016: The Architizer A+Awards Gala was held in New York City, where Crosier Scott Architects collected the award for;

‘Popular Choice’ Winner in the Plus Categories | Details: Architecture +Façade category – BCM Headquarters, Ballarat Victoria.  .

Thanks for your vote!

This is an unparalleled honour.  With entries from over 100 countries, our work truly represents the best of architecture worldwide.

The Architizer A+ Popular Choice Winner is selected by the online voting campaign.

Key Facts:
The world’s largest and fastest growing website for architecture has launched the definitive architectural award program with

100+ categories and over 300 jurors. The Architizer A+ Awards received entries from a 100 countries and represents the

best of architecture and design worldwide.

Judging Criteria:
Winners are selected for recognition based on excellence in the following criteria:

  • Form
  • Function
  • Innovation
  • Intent (Plus Categories only)
  • Reality (Plus Categories only)

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