Fry and Practice head to Victorian High Country


Luke Fry Architecture & Interior Design has expanded into Mansfield, which is something of a homecoming for Fry himself.

Born and raised in Benalla, Fry established family ties in North East Victoria with his parents and brother still residing in the area. After 20 years of study and practice in the state capital, Fry and his immediate family will move to Mansfield, with a new studio created as a result.

From humble beginnings as a sole operator in 2014, Luke Fry Architecture & Interior Design has grown over the years to now encompass a practice of registered architects, interior designers and a business development manager dedicated, which have been the beneficiaries of a suite of industries. awards, including “Best Residential Design Australia” and “Best Residential Interior Designer Victoria” at the Building Design Awards.

Fry says the new studio will give the entire firm the opportunity to broaden its horizons and create a number of fine and useful projects in the region.

“I’ve always loved the area and spent a lot of time there over the years. We moved for lifestyle reasons, but the new office and projects are an unexpected bonus. Expanding into a new area opened up possibilities, which gave me and the team new energy and enthusiasm,” he says.

“Rural and alpine areas offer beautiful landscapes and views in which to create incredible lifestyle-focused homes. Vacation homes are always special places for homeowners as they act as a retreat where great memories are created.

Many Luke Fry employees have strong ties to the area, including graduate architect Amelia Smith and practice manager Joey Cooney, who owns a wedding venue just outside of town. Fry has high hopes for Mount Buller and will look to realize its potential with a number of residential, hotel, commercial and hotel projects underway.


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