Really pleased to see our Suncorp One House launched today in collaboration with James Cook University and CSIRO.

Exciting and fascinating times for resilient building in Australia.

Follow the link below to explore the One House.

Room 11 projects shortlisted for the Tasmanian Architecture Awards 2021

We are excited to announce that all three of our projects entered for this years Tasmanian Architecture Awards have been shortlisted!

The Glass House: Residential Architecture – Houses (New)

Rain Curtain House: Residential Architecture – Houses (New)

Pine Flat Lodge: Commercial Architecture

Congratulations to those who also made the shortlist!

Follow the links below to enjoy photography of the shortlisted projects:

The Glass House | Rain Curtain House | Pine Flat Lodge

Rain Curtain House featured in Habitus #50

We are delighted to have our Rain Curtain House featured in the 50th edition of Habitus!

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Bailey + Lecture in Tijuana Mexico

We are excited by the invitation to speak at the ESCUELA LIBRE DE ARQUITECTURA (Free School of Architecture) in Tijuana Mexico. Thomas Bailey will be presiding in the conversation looking at Room11’s work and design process.

To find out more please follow the link below…


The proposal for St David Apartments at 9 Sandy Bay Rd was met with an overwhelmingly positive response from the Councillors and Aldermen of Hobart City last night. With the support of our client and the community, our office and a capable team of consultants are excited to advance into the next stage of this exciting development.

Click here to see the project


Our D’Entrecasteaux House has recently been published by designboom; the first and most popular digital magazine for architecture & design culture. Praised for the contrast of it’s material response between interior and exterior, D’Entrecasteaux House satisfies both the physical and psychological needs that the location demands of the architecture. Offering sweeping views whilst providing protection from buffeting offshore winds the home offers a reassurance in its solid and contained presence within the vast, remote landscape.

Please click here to read the article…


We were pleased to see that our D’Entrecasteaux House has been selected for publication by the fine folks at archello.

The D’Entrecasteaux House hunkers down into the landscape of Apollo Bay, on Bruny Island. It’s massive stone walls protect its inner courtyards and living spaces from the buffeting winds. The spatially complex black interior provides relief from the blistering Tasmanian light whist bespoke face fixed glazing focuses your attention upon specific elements within the overwhelming landscape continuum.

Archello is an online platform that tells multiple stories around projects, from the manufacturer to the architect, making it a rich and complete platform for architecture and design.