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Studio Leader

Andrew Schunke


Bachelor of Arts (Interior Design),
University of South Australia

Fellow Design Institute of Australia

AIA A+ Member


Professional Experience

Andrew Schunke has 25 years of experience in projects across the workplace, education, Defence, aviation, retail, hospitality, and public sectors.

A leading interior designer, Andrew has significantly developed Architectus’ expertise in the field, growing the team from two to forty staff since joining in 2016. Similarly, he has driven the expansion of the Adelaide studio from a dozen staff to more than 40.

Andrew has led the interiors team on many of Architectus’ most innovative and awarded projects. The team’s work on high-profile projects such as Sydney commercial tower Barrack Place, and the University of Sydney’s new Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences building, have reinforced Architectus’ reputation as a leading interiors practice. Past roles have seen him build expertise on largescale and technically challenging projects in Defence and aviation.

Andrew fosters highly communicative working relationships with clients during the design and construction process. His environmental sensitivity, sophisticated design sensibility and attention to detail result in spaces that consistently exceed clients’ expectations.

Andrew is currently Principal in Charge of the new Flinders University Health and Medical Research Building, a project encompassing rigorous technical requirements.