Tony Laurent Architect


Tony Laurent completed the Bachelor of Architecture degree at the University of NSW and started practice in Heritage and Adaptive re use projects from Don Bank Historic House Museum in North Sydney, holding the position of Curator. After a study tour in Europe and working on projects with architects in Greece and London, set up practice in Rome to implement projects in Italy and collaborate with the Italian NGO ASIA on development projects in education and health sectors through out Tibet.

Since 1998 the office is based in Sydney focusing on contemporary design, adaptive reuse and the design of commercial interiors.

recent works

Leura house

Bronte house

Woolloomooloo house

Bronte house

Neutral bay apartments

Woollahra house

Neutral Bay bar dining

Lavender bay house

Bangalow house

Lane cove house

Millers point house

Yarramolong house

Bermagui retreat centre

Tibetan language school

Tibetan village reconstruction

Gamthog village intervention for school, tibetan medicine hospital and water supply and sanitary system.
Dongche Tibetan language school in the northern Tibetan province of Amdo is a development project for the Italian ngo ASIA to preserve the culture of Tibetan communities.
A reteat centre established to preserve and protect the natural environment and the quality of the site.
Project for low cost house.
Project for reconstruction of 1830 heritage house.
Addition of living room over bedroom and renovation of 1940 bungalow house.
Restoration and extension to 1890s Victorian house.
Renovation and roof addition of 1910 Edwardian house.
Fitout project for restaurant bar and dining.
Reconstruction of Victorian terrace house and new entry.
Project for residential apartments in association with Bruce Rickard Architect.
Project for reconstruction of existing house.
Contemporary apartment inserted below an existing carpark within 19th Century streetscape.
Semi-detached house renovated with roof addition to southern coastal views, a tilted roof plane filters northern sun access.
The 1970s house renovated, new external render painted to match the colour of the valley lichen, new concrete window sills support panoramic glazing.
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