We are passionate about enhancing the urban environment, and ultimately people’s lives, through the practice and experience of the design process and its outcomes.

We take as much pleasure in the process of creating architectural and landscape solutions as we do in the built outcome. We build relationships with clients through listening, collaboration and a shared enjoyment of the design process. Our work is not driven by a defined aesthetic, we prefer to tailor solutions to the site context and our clients’ needs. We are motivated by the challenge of avoiding waste during design, construction and throughout the lifetime of the completed project. Schored creates outcomes that make people feel comfortable, uplifted and connected to their surroundings.

As a practice we have a strong remit to pursue a social agenda and regularly contribute our knowledge and skills to charitable and pro-bono projects.

Schored Projects are proud to be actively participating in reconciliation with our Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander peoples and to that end we’ve had our first Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. Please download a copy here

Sophie Dyring BArch MLA
Sophie is an accomplished architect and landscape architect with over 20 years industry experience. In addition to running a multidisciplinary design practice she is a Design Review Panel member with the Office for Design and Architecture South Australia (ODASA), a New South Wales State Design Review Panel member (NSW SDRP), a member on Moreland City Council Housing Advisory committee, a published writer, sessional university lecturer and design critic.

Stephanie Burrows BArch
Steph is passionate about sustainability in the broadest sense, encompassing environmental and social responsibilities, both of which are values shared by Schored. Steph is also highly experienced in documentation and her software expertise includes Revit and AutoCAD.

Vishnu Hazell BFA, MArch
Vishnu is committed to accessible design and housing. His thesis, ‘Life Share’, researched common spaces in apartment buildings supporting residents with a disability. Under the supervision of Sophie and Steph - along with six years working in the disability sector - he applies this knowledge to our SDA projects.

Claude Whittaker BArchDes
Claude is a critical team member with incredible visual presentation skills and she is predominantly responsible for Schored's graphic presentation work. As an RMIT Architecture Masters student, Claude brings youth and exceptional software skills to the team.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community.
We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present and their cultures.
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