Antony has proven experience of working closely with Government, institutional and commercial clients to deliver a successful outcome on budget and on schedule. Antony Martin completed his Bachelor of Architecture at The University of Auckland in 1995 and became a registered Architect in 1998. He has extensive experience in the design, documentation and administration of complex and unique projects in private, commercial and public sectors.
Working with Denton Corker Marshall between 1996 and 1998 on the Melbourne Museum, and the Art and Design Faculty, Monash University. Between 1998 and 2000 he worked with Wood Marsh on the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Mansion Hotel and Shadowfax Winery, as well as the Bourke Street Gateway (Project Architect) and the Prince of Wales Health Spa Project Architect). Antony practiced in New York between the years of 2000 and 2007. While in the United States he worked on a range of public and private projects, including the Apollo Theater in Harlem, the Lincoln Center redevelopment and various mixed-use developments in Manhattan.
Returning to Wood Marsh at the beginning of 2008 as Project Architect for the 2010 World Expo Australian Pavilion in Shanghai Antony was instrumental in the delivery of the pavilion on time and under budget but also in ensuring that a high quality of finish was achieved. Antony has an on-going relationship with RMIT University teaching design studios with an emphasis on urban design issues.
Since forming MRTN Architects in 2010 the practice has received numerous awards for design excellence and been published both in Australia and internationally. Antony is regularly invited to present projects and the firm’s methodology of practice.
Cameron graduated from Victoria University with distinction from the Masters of Architecture (Professional) course in 2012. He has achieved considerable experience since then working in esteemed architectural offices both in New Zealand and Australia.
While working at Six Degrees Architects in Melbourne he worked extensively on a new technology centre for Melbourne Grammar School and at MRTN Architects he has been the project architect for a number of residential projects around Melbourne. Cameron has excellent skills in Revit documentation and building design.
Cameron was a finalist in Arquidea’s 2014 International Architecture NOA competition and was Runner-up for the 2012 New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Design Competition.
Graduate of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture (The University of Melbourne), Master of Architecture (The University of Melbourne), Permaculture design certificate (CERES), Australia Permaculture Advanced Principles and Reading the Landscape Course, Calearth (California Institute of Earth Art & Architecture)
Joanne graduated from the University of Melbourne with First Class Honours, receiving the Bates Smart Graduate Prize and the Ernest Fooks Memorial Prize. She has over 8 years’ experience working in sustainable architecture and during that time has developed hands-on knowledge of alternative building techniques.
Her ethos is one of collaboration, craftsmanship and the beauty inherent in efficient, clever solutions that reflect the personality of the inhabitant.