Award-Winning Commercial and Residential Architects in Melbourne

Dankor is a Melbourne architecture practice that was founded in 2008. Its founders had the shared vision of creating considered architecture that would not just be finely rendered, but would serve a clear purpose. It is one thing to look brilliant; it is another to be livable, workable and inviting. And our designs are just that. With deep respect to heritage architecture, our commercial and residential architects find joy in melding old with new and finding original ways to express innovative concepts. Each of our designs is a celebration of the space it is designed in and a testament to the fusion between old and new. As well as this, we respect the natural environment, aiming to infuse each design with an element of organic timbers and natural materials.

Winner of major awards for architects

In our eight years of practice, we have been awarded several significant industry awards. We are proud of our recognition, and seek to extend our reach in the future, to be known for our upcoming projects.

  • WINNER: “Best Renovation”
    2012 Bulding Design Awards
  • WINNER: “Most Innovative Use of Timber”
    2012 Bulding Design Awards
  • WINNER: “Best Residential Fit Out”
    2012 Australian Timber Design Awards


We work with clients across residential projects

We partner with clients who have vastly different visions. Some, who come from a residential standpoint, want to design the ideal family home – one that is built to impress. Others seek an engaging commercial space that is pinpointed to their brand. No matter which sort of project we are developing, we are able to bring a clarity of vision that exceeds expectations. This means we are able to meet even the most complex brief, and develop projects that are within scope, on time and within a strict budget.

See our Melbourne residential and commercial portfolio

We have numerous commercial and residential architect projects in our portfolio, exemplary of our breadth and prowess as an architectural firm. These are scattered across Melbourne’s inner south-east, in Brighton, Elwood, Toorak and South Yarra, and further afield in Mornington Peninsula and Point Lonsdale.