• Homebush West Public School

    The state-of-the-art facilities include
    26 new learning spaces, a COLA, new
    canteen, two sporting courts, an innovative
    rooftop play space and outdoor learning area
    with shared spaces for the community.

  • Woolwich House

    The lightweight pavilion relieves the
    pressures of modern living needs
    from the original house, offering immediate
    connection to the garden, pool and jetty

  • Anzac Square, Brisbane

    The project sensitively restored, enhanced
    and upgraded the Square, the Shrine, the
    memorial galleries, the parkland and its

  • Mosman II House

    Capturing light, texture,
    natural materials and
    generosity in planning, the
    serene qualities of the place
    have been carefully
    complimented with the
    restrained material selections.

  • Warrumbungle National Park Visitors Centre

    The Visitors Centre interprets
    the geology of the
    location through the key
    concept Fracture; the
    separation of geologic formation.

  • ACU- Veritas Building

    Veritas is a purpose- built
    facility that provides a new
    home to the substantial campus
    Library and the new student
    Learning Commons

  • Alexandria Park Community School

    Alexandria Park Community School
    will accommodate up to 2200
    students in a comprehensive K-12
    school  that embraces innovative learning
    pedagogies in a  connected and
    spirited learning community.

  • Centenary Theatre - Taronga Zoo

    The theatre delivers a unique and
    engaging learning experience,
    positively influencing visitors
    with increased personal and
    emotional connection to the animals and the
    work of Taronga Zoo.

  • SCEGGS Joan Freeman Centre

    Joan Freeman Science and Technology
    Centre includes six science laboratories,
    four TAS rooms and six art
    classrooms over four levels
    within the inner city suburb of Darlinghurst.

  • Glasshouse at Goonoo Goonoo Station

    Glasshouse  provides a contemporary
    dining experience with expansive views
    of the picturesque hills surrounding
    the historic property, in Tamworth,
    regional NSW

  • 5 Martin Place

    The multi-award winning revitalised
    5 Martin Place is an exemplar in
    heritage-led urban renewal re-establishing
    the importance of the 1916 ‘Money Box’
    within Martin Place.

  • Bardia Public School

    The new 1000 student primary school
    creates a community focal point
    while the central courtyard acts as
    a heart to the school.

Tanner Kibble Denton Architects

Tanner Kibble Denton Architects is a multi-disciplinary practice that brings together the skills of contemporary architecture, adaptive re-use, interior design, urban design and strategic planning. Our creativity, versatility and commitment to design excellence is reflected in numerous awards and publications.