Penny Fuller - Architecture Awards Juror 2014

March 2014

Penny Fuller has been appointed as a juror for the 2014 NSW Architecture Awards. Together with Stephen Varady and Peter McGregor, Penny will judge the Public Buildings and Urban Design categories. Follow all the progress of shortlisting and final judging on the Institute of Architects dedicated site here.

Year End - Work In Progress

December 2013

The end of 2013 has seen Silvester Fuller finalise several design concepts for a number of public and multi-residential projects. We’re excited to share more about these projects in the new year as they move through the planning stages. Attached is an early look at one of our concepts for a new church centre on the outskirts of Sydney. The concept aims to fuse design cues taken from the existing building with a design language drawn from the direct functionality of the new building.

Lexus Magazine - Fresh Design

October 2013

Penny Fuller and Jad Silvester were recently interviewed for a design feature in Lexus Magazine. The feature focused on emerging design studios across Australia and the alternative design processes being adopted to deliver fresh design thinking when responding to traditional and contemporary design challenges.

Art and About - Silvester Fuller at Six for Six

September 2013

Silvester Fuller have been invited by Scale Architecture to participate in Six for Six on September 25th. 


As part of Sydney’s Art and About, Scale Architecture is playing host to ‘Six for Six’ where, in exchange for a six pack, you can score six minutes with some of Sydney’s best and brightest young architects.


With drinks in hand, you can discuss design ideas, get advice on an upcoming project and get to know some of our city’s most exciting emerging architects. Part speed-dating, part designer drinks, it promises to be a whole lot of fun.


Barangaroo R1 - Competition Entry

August 2013

Silvester Fuller recently participated in an invited design competition organised by Lend Lease to submit an idea for a new destination restaurant at Barangaroo on Sydney Harbour. 


Our concept proposed a sequence of shaped layers, driven by view, privacy, sun and wind protection. The building is experienced in-the-round whilst functioning as a terrace to the harbour. The ceiling surfaces present as canvases for the speculative tenant to integrate within their interior concept.


Silvester Fuller - WAF 2013 Finalist

July 2013

Silvester Fuller have been shortlisted in the 2013 World Architecture Festival Awards. Jad Silvester and Penny Fuller will head to Singapore in October for the festival and to present DACA.


Q&A(RCHITECT) Round Table

May 2013

Silvester Fuller were recently invited to participate in a discussion focused on Emerging Architects and the future direction of the profession, hosted by EMAGN. We were joined by Amelia Holiday from Neeson Murcutt, Lucy Humphrey and Claire McCaughan from Archrival, Joe Snell from Snell Architects, Felicity Stewart and Matthias Hollenstein of Stewart Hollenstein.


Read the full story here.


UC ArchLecture Series

March 2013

Penny Fuller has been invited to return to the University of Canberra to present a lecture on the work of Silvester Fuller. Curated by Gevork Hartoonian, the current lecture series includes presentations from John Choi, Richard-Francis Jones, Lawrence Neild, Philip Thalis and Colln Stewart.


New Project: Bondi Beach Apartments

February 2013

Silvester Fuller have been selected to design a mixed use boutique apartment building in the heart of Bondi Beach. Concept design has begun and we look forward to sharing the design process and final design later this year…

Sydney's Top 100 : Penny Fuller

December 2012

Rounding out the year for Silvester Fuller, Penny Fuller has been named one of Sydney’s Top 100 Most Influential People for 2012. Published annually by the(sydney)magazine the list identifies Sydney’s top 100 most influential people and includes politicians, entertainers, sportspeople, entrepreneurs and creative minds. Penny has been recognised as one of the break through creative talents. This recognition follows her NSW Institute of Architects Emerging Architect Prize earlier in 2012.