AT i2C WE HAVE A CLOSE KNIT TEAM OF DEDICATED PROFESSIONALS WITH A GREAT MIX OF QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND ABILITIES.

Team

Community and Participation

i2C remains strong and united in its commitment to the community and particularly those less fortunate. We encourage all team members to support or volunteer with registered charities. We are involved with corporate responsibility programs and have donated over $250,000 to Not-for-Profit organisations over a period of 10 years.

We have forged relationships with and continue to support the following organisations to name a few:

Variety Club of Australia

Lions International

Starlight Children's Foundation

RSPCA

Unicef

Alzheimer's Australia

Australian Red Cross Blood Bank

Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia

Movember

Run for the Kids

Mothers Day Classic

Whitelion - Wheelly Good Coffee Project

Read here about our recent community participation with Whitelion to transform the lobby of the Whitelion foundation into a space for their Wheelly Good Coffee Program.

We are passionate about people, projects, culture and clients.

We're proud to contribute to the community with our skills and talent - professionally and personally. i2C helps others change their world by continually challenging our own.

As a Studio, we have been recognised as one of the "Great Places to Work" (BRW), an award generated through team commitment to uphold our Points of Culture.

Our Teams drove and developed our cultural statement, resulting in seven specific themes. We live and breathe our Points of Culture and they set us apart from other firms, providing clear direction and continual distinction.

You can read more about our points of culture here and view recent articles we've published here.

i2C

INTEGRITY
PASSION
EXCELLENCE
BALANCE
ACCOUNTABILITY
TEAMWORK
FUN

June 2019

Ryder Alliance Welcomes Concept i and Syntegrate

Ryder Alliance, a consortium of likeminded international design practices, established by i2C Architects and Ryder Architecture in the UK in 2014, also includes international operators BIM Academy, Ravetllat Arquitectura, Ruben Reddy and Ward Robinson.…

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June 2019

What Can Retail Architecture Learn From Performance Art?

It’s 1988. A fashion show is going down at your local shopping centre food court, the strobe lights are flashing wildly, the area has been washed in a hot pink colour light and someone has set up a smoke machine. …

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March 2019

Ravetllat Ribas breathes new life into Barcelona’s Sant Antoni Market

The Sant Antoni Market is one of Barcelona’s oldest and most popular marketplaces. Originally designed by Antoni Rovira i Trias and the engineer José M. Cornet i Mas in 1882, is one of the most iconic buildings in Barcelonás Eixample …

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