AT i2C WE CREATE INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN. THE FREEDOM TO INSPIRE REMAINS OUR DRIVING FOCUS, COUPLED WITH A DISCIPLINE FOR THE CONTINUAL DELIVERY OF EXCELLENCE.
Our work is based on a culture of seeking challenges, delivering highly creative concepts and exceeding client expectations.
The team at i2C listen to and understand the challenges and idiosyncrasies of commercial and retail architecture, continuously pushing the envelope in designing commercial centres, retail centres and individual shops that display points of difference.
i2C has a dynamic team approach that brings a unique environment to the Architectural Industry. Our ethos is one that embraces fun, flexibility and professionalism.
We derive great pride by contributing to the wider community through our skills and talent, both professional and personal. i2C helps others to change their world by continually challenging our own.
We stand at the forefront of our industry, creating original and sustainable design solutions and continually reaching for new levels of distinction.
i2C was established in 1999 and built from the ground up, forged by the strong friendship between Architects Brian Jende and Anthony Merlin. In 2018 Rod Rose merged his Brisbane based design firm in to the fold.
Today the Studio stands as one of Australia's leading Architectural firms attracting a national and international client base drawn from both the public and private sectors.
Drawing on extensive careers in retail architecture the i2C banner has flourished with professional and dedicated teams specialising in the core markets of Commercial, Urban Planning, Interiors and Retail.
FROM THE COMPANY’S SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, PERTH & BRISBANE STUDIOS, i2C WORKS THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIA & CONTINUES TO BUILD AN IMPRESSIVE INTERNATIONAL PORTFOLIO.
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