For over 20 years, ARM Architecture has specialised in projects that require the highest level of design thinking and skilful resolution. From large urban masterplans to exquisite and sensitive interventions, the hallmarks of an ARM Architecture project remain the same: in-depth research into local, cultural and urban issues, genuine lateral thinking and skilful resolution of complex briefs, resulting in unique outcomes with an international profile. ARM Architecture has received 40 state and national AIA awards and is the only firm in Australia to have been awarded the Victorian Architecture Medal four times. With offices in Perth and Melbourne, ARM Architecture’s most significant projects include the National Museum of Australia in Canberra, the Melbourne Recital Centre and MTC Theatre, Australia's newest indoor stadium - the Perth Arena, the redevelopment of Hamer Hall at Arts Centre Melbourne, the Shrine of Remembrance Visitors Centre, Melbourne Central Redevelopment and Storey Hall at RMIT University. ARM Architecture have shaped our major cities through masterplans for Melbourne Docklands, Perth Waterfront and the Adelaide Riverbank, while also delivering iconic public buildings in regional Australia such as Wanangkura Stadium in Port Hedland, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre and the Albury Library/Museum.