morton dunn Architects

We work collaboratively - bringing together our combined experience, expertise, knowledge and resources to develop the unique aspects of each project.

Our Team is committed to the provision of services of the highest standard and delivery of exemplary architectural solutions.

Morton Dunn Studio, Ballarat

Morton Dunn Architects Directors Alan Morton and Peter Dunn have grown the firm to become one of the largest and best resourced architectural practices in regional Victoria, with studios in Ballarat and Geelong, and an appreciation for local community and regional issues as well as a strong commitment to Regional Development and Community Strengthening.

Morton Dunn Studios, Ballarat

Leadership

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Alan Morton

Director

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peter Dunn

Director 

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peter-john di michiel

 Associate

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Russell Hawkes

Associate

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Timothy Perks

Associate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

AWARDS

City of Ballarat, Design Excellence Awards 2004:
Winner (424 Sturt Street, Ballarat - Advertising Signage),
Commendations (Peter Stevens Motors, Ballarat - new commercial building, 424 Sturt Street, Ballarat – an extension/restoration of a heritage commercial building), Acknowledgments (The Phoenix, Ballarat - an extension/restoration of a heritage commercial building, ‘Metropolis’, Ballarat - a medium density development, Neilsen Residence, Ballarat - extension/restoration of a heritage residential building)
Property Council of Australia Award 1998:
Ballarat Town Hall Refurbishment (in association with Peter Elliott Architects)
RAIA Victorian Chapter Award 1997 – Victorian Architecture Award:
Ballarat Town Hall Refurbishment (in association with Peter Elliott Architects)
Metal Building Awards 1999:
Maribyrnong Children’s Centre
Victorian Children’s Services Industry Award 1996:
Building Modification - Carrinya Children’s Centre, Castlemaine
Victorian Children’s Services Industry Award 1994:
New Building - Girrabanya Children’s Centre, Ballarat

 

Morton Dunn Studio, Ballarat