Archer Office is an integrated design practice operating within the fields of architecture, urbanism, interior design and product development.
Recent projects span a diverse range of programs and include: an entertainment precinct and public square in Melbourne for QIC, a pair of retail pavilions within a public square for Lend Lease, a village of 118 houses and community centre overlooking Lake Macquarie, a masterplan and upgrades to Belvoir Street Theatre, an interior pavilion at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, several private residences, and furniture pieces developed with manufacturers in Australia and Europe.
We believe that excellent design outcomes emerge from a collaborative approach, whereby clients and the project team work together to develop a shared understanding of the problem to inform a robust architectural response. It is through this iterative process of analysis and production that new and unforeseen outcomes are borne.
Archer Office is prequalified under the NSW Government Architect’s Strategy and Design Excellence Scheme, and was selected by Wallpaper magazine in the UK for their annual Architects Directory in 2016, as one of 20 emerging practices to watch from around the world.
Tomek Archer is a graduate of the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales. He has worked with Johnson Pilton Walker and Hill Thalis on a range of cultural, public and commercial architecture projects. In 2012, Tomek Co-Founded NOMI, an online furniture procurement platform. Tomek is the recipient of the Noel Chettle Art Prize and the Architectural Science Prize from the University of Sydney, and was the inaugural recipient of the QANTAS Spirit of Youth Award for Architecture and Interior Design in 2012. His work has received an Australian DesignMark from the Australian International Design Awards, and is held in the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Tomek engages in architectural culture through invited lectures and exhibitions, as both participant and curator. He currently teaches design in the Masters program at the University of Technology, Sydney.