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When creating something new, we all draw from our unique memories and diverse experiences. Collaborating with passionate professionals, partners and clients, our collective insights enable us to push boundaries, exploring ideas beyond the norm.

Introducing Boxshall, our latest multi-residential project launch

Project Launch | Dec 2022

Conceived by Cera Stribley in collaboration with Jacmax, Studio Piet Boon, and Myles Baldwin Design, Boxshall is a low-rise, three-level multi-residential development comprising 15 luxurious residences.

Hubert Estate awarded international Architecture Masterprize

News | Nov 2022

Cera Stribley’s debut hospitality design project, Hubert Estate has been named a winner in the 2022 International Architecture MasterPrize for Hospitality Architecture. 

What architecture can do about housing affordability

Ideas | Oct 2022

Domenic Cerantonio shares his perspective on how overly restrictive planning controls are thwarting the private sector’s ability to do something about housing affordability.

Our quest to create affordable housing with Homes for Homes

Culture | Sep 2022

Homes for Homes is a promise to help end homelessness. Money raised through Homes for Homes is used to build social and affordable housing to help end homelessness.

Sensory design takes centre stage at Milan Design Week 2022

Feature | Sep 2022

Cera Stribley’s head of interior design, Jessica Coulter, reports back from Milan Design Week and tells us why Fuorisalone put on a better show than Salone del Mobile in 2022.

George Goodnow working on the mural 'Bending Brickwork'
In conversation with George Goodnow

Culture | Sep 2022

By subverting and challenging our understanding of architectural landscapes and rigid structures, George Goodnow paints a colourful metaphor of the queer experience.

Envisioning the adaptive reuse of Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall

Ideas | Sep 2022

Once ranked the most liveable metropolis in the world for seven years straight, recent times and Draconian lockdown measures have seen Melbourne suffer a fall from grace. Cera Stribley proposes new hospitality precinct to drive economic revitalisation of Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall.

How our homes have changed: residential interior design trends

Ideas | Sep 2022

Cera Stribley’s Head of Interior Design, Jessica Coulter, discusses the design ideas currently being explored by the Cera Stribley team in residential design.

Where are the Big Ideas?

Ideas | Sep 2022

‘Australia 2030, Prosperity through Innovation’, conceived of in November 2017, was designed as a ‘plan for Australia to thrive in the global innovation race’. How far we’ve strayed in five years.

Re-Inventing the Wheel of Architectural Practice

Culture | Sep 2022

Cera Stribley’s general manager, Meredith Fisher, reflects on leading, shaping and renewal in the practice of architecture.

Hubert Estate Is the Yarra Valley’s Ambitious New Destination Winery

Culture | News | Project | Aug 2022

The former site of St Huberts has been transformed, and now boasts a modern Australian restaurant, new-look cellar door, art gallery, event space and boutique wine store. Your Yarra Valley wine-sipping itinerary has just scored a bold new addition, with the much anticipated launch of Hubert Estate. Now open and welcoming in patrons, the new […]

Introducing Pavilion House

Project Launch | Aug 2022

We’re thrilled to unveil one of our current private residential design projects, Pavilion House. Designed by Cera Stribley for a private client who frequently entertains, the house is a contemporary interpretation of refined living in which the residents’ formal and informal lives harmoniously co-exist. Taking inspiration from classical cloister and peristyle architecture, the design explores […]