Guida Moseley Brown Architects has evolved over the past 30 years from the core group of professionals who worked together on the design and documentation of Australia’s new Parliament House at Mitchell/Giurgola & Thorp Architects (MGT).
Subsequent to that significant project, the group has further developed a strong collaborative working method over numerous projects of a broad range of type and scale for government, institutional, commercial, and private clients throughout Australia and overseas.
The firm maintains a staff of between twenty and thirty people, allowing both active involvement by the partners and associates in every undertaking and the capacity to manage output to meet the demands of projects varying in scale from large to small. In turn, the balance of experienced people and moderate size of the practice has created an environment that fosters and promotes professional development and transfer of skills and understanding across the firm.
Guida Moseley Brown Architects has also established a successful method of engaging and working in association where appropriate with other architectural practices and a range of relevant professional disciplines in order to achieve the best possible outcome for clients.