SUPERMANOEUVRE is an international award-winning architecture and innovation practice operating globally out of Sydney and Canberra, Australia. We work with government and private clients to create memorable places, buildings and objects. At the forefront of design and fabrication technology, we invent new design-material systems to produce climate positive outcomes.
supermanoeuvre was selected to represent Australia at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale and the 2008 and 2010 Beijing Architecture Biennales. Our research has been exhibited internationally including at Paris’ Centré Pompidou and New York's Storefront for Art and Architecture. The directors have lectured on the firm's work at such institutions as the Architectural Association, University College of London [Bartlett]; Columbia and Princeton Universities and their writings on architectural theory have been published in some of the discipline's most prestigious periodicals such as Log Journal for Architecture. Artefacts from their design process innovations are in the permanent collection of the FRAC Orléans, France.
supermanoeuvre is currently working on: an adaptive system of ‘micro-icons’ for public space in Hobart; a large-scale robotic 3d-printed fabric formwork system; a prefabricated micro house and a disruptive design for offshore floating wind-turbines.