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Architectus Conrad Gargett celebrates new chapter as a united design force

Last night we celebrated a new chapter for Architectus Conrad Gargett as a united design force. And what better place to gather than at GOMA, a seminal project for Architectus located in Conrad Gargett’s home state of Queensland.

Together with our closest clients and collaborators, we reflected on a combined 155-year history of design leadership, and raised a glass to our shared vision for the future.

“The way we’ve come together shows such a generosity of spirit from all our staff and project teams,” Architectus CEO Ray Brown told the 300 guests at our celebration. “It’s been really humbling and rewarding to see.”

The evening was also an opportunity to honour and thank our visionary partners for trusting us to design sustainable, enjoyable, and meaningful places.

With a team of over 770 talented professionals now working across 11 studios in Australia and New Zealand, Architectus Conrad Gargett proudly stands as one of the region’s largest, most diverse design practices.

The union has unlocked tremendous potential for our clients, offering unparalleled sector expertise, broad reach, and a collective commitment to exceptional design.

We look forward to many great years ahead as a team that’s even stronger together.

Read more about the Architectus Conrad Gargett merger.