EJE Architecture is a multi-disciplinary design practice providing creative solutions for the built environment. EJE offers professional services in Architecture, Heritage Architecture, Interior Design and Urban Planning.
EJE has a commitment to innovation and design excellence, and has an enviable reputation throughout the building industry for our high level documentation and detailing skills and services during construction.
Our Heritage division offers a comprehensive range of services directly related to all aspects of Heritage Conservation in the fields of Architecture, Town Planning and Interior Design. All Heritage projects are completed in accordance with the principles of the Australia ICOMOS Charter for the Conservation of Cultural Signficance (the Burra Charter) as well as all Heritage Branch guidelines.
Heritage projects undertaken bye EJE include Heritage Assessments, Heritage Studies, Photographic Archival Records, Heritage Impact Statements and Heritage Conservation Reports on sites and buildings ranging from industrial sites, individual houses, churches, cathedrals and adaptive re-use developments.
EJE Interiors have the ability to translate a brief into striking results. Interior spaces are integral to the overall success of a project and our multi-skilled interior designers will cover all facets of design including sketch design, rendered drawings and detailed documentation of joinery, fixtures and fittings, furniture and finishes selections. EJE Interiors has extensive experience in a broad scope and quantity of projects; including retail and commercial interior schemes, hospitality interiors for the pub, club and gaming industries, large and boutique office fitouts, corporate design and theming, health and community services, aged care, single and multi-residential design and bespoke furniture.
EJE Architecture is well versed in the practice of urban and master planning and provide a variety of services including strategic plans, masterplans, re-zonings, land use studies, statements of environmental effects, site evaluations and urban design.