We are an architectural practice that provides professional architectural services to our clients. We are based in Fitzroy North and our projects are located in and around Melbourne and regional Victoria. Our portfolio includes single residential, educational and commercial projects.

Our focus is to create buildings that are energy efficient and thermally comfortable that utilise passive solar design principles. We promote sustainable architecture as a way to meet our obligations to minimise our impact on the environment. For us this means investing time and consideration into the fabric of the building – so that the the energy efficiency of the building is integral to the architecture.

We believe in creating projects that require less resources throughout the life of the building. For us this means investigating the intelligent use of daylight design, insulation and selecting materials that are durable for the life of the project.

In 2019 our work will be a collaborative effort between Antony DiMase, Niea Nadya as well as additional staff as the need arises.

Niea Nadya
Project Draftsperson
Niea has been with DiMase Architects for about 10 years. Niea’s strength has been her ability to communicate through drawings and utilises Computer Aided Design to maximum effect. All of our design work is modelled in Vectorworks and this becomes the basis for communicating our design intent throughout the design process. Niea has been integral to the development of the design and documentation packages that we have created at our studio.

Antony DiMase
Practice Director
Antony is a registered practising architect whose main role at DiMase Architects is to ensure the practice delivers projects that meets the needs of our clients. Antony is interested in Sustainability and Daylight Design as a way to supplement the architectural content of the architecture projects of the practice. Antony is an avid reader, podcast listener, footy supporter and is involved in the Citizens for Melbourne campaign to stop the APPLE mega-store being built at Federation Square.
Antony's CV