Andrew Waller established his boutique design practice in 2003 specialising in interior architecture and design, and furniture design. Waller’s passion for craftsmanship, which imbues his work with a sense of transparent function, purity of material and quality, has led to significant industry recognition and the development of a broad and loyal client base.

Waller graduated with a BA (Hons) Architecture from the John Moores University Liverpool, UK and was awarded the ‘Art in Architecture’ prize for outstanding design concept. Shortly afterwards Waller relocated to Australia where he worked as a design consultant, interior and furniture designer.

Opening the Sydney-based boutique practice provided Waller with an opportunity to combine his multidisciplinary skills and experience. “My approach is always client specific – projects receive an individual response to the client’s needs, location and function. It is about creating a liveable, ‘human’ built space.”

With this in mind, Waller has intentionally kept his portfolio diverse, working extensively across residential, retail, commercial and product design. Though not a registered architect, Waller calls on his architectural training in order to undertake floor and spatial planning, 3D modelling, interior design and custom joinery design.

Waller’s unwavering attention to detail, creativity and perceptive interpretation of his client’s needs and requirements has garnered significant media and design coverage, both locally and internationally.