Founded in 1972, Denton Corker Marshall produces innovative and memorable architecture and urban design. An interest in experimenting with form, materiality and the way architecture is made contributes to the distinctive architectural language for which the practice is critically acclaimed. Operating worldwide from offices in Melbourne, London, Manchester and Jakarta, the practice is a significant contributor to the global architectural scene.
Denton Corker Marshall is a highly acclaimed international design practice producing innovative and functional architecture and urban design throughout Europe, Asia and Australia.
The practice is best known for landmark global projects including the Melbourne Museum, the Australian Embassies in Beijing, Tokyo and Jakarta, Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre, the Australian Pavilion in Venice, Asia Square, Singapore and Manchester Civil Justice Centre.
Regardless of scale or type – skyscraper, museum, bridge, house or cup – each design is conceived in its own right, generated by the project’s unique requirements and delivering genuine benefit and value to the client. The practice is consistently successful in design competitions, collaborative selection processes and repeat client commissions.
The quality of Denton Corker Marshall’s work is recognised globally by peer and industry groups. The practice’s significant collection of RIBA and AIA Awards includes Australia’s highest architectural honour, the Australian Institute of Architects' Gold Medal.