• Mawson Lakes School MCW
  • Flinders University Science & Engineering College Front & IDS Relocation
  • Two Wells Village Green & Public Toilets
  • Flinders University Biodiversity Facility
  • Gunditj Mirring Keeping Place & Business Centre
  • Flinders University Biodiversity Facility
  • Tika Tirka Indigenous Student Accommodation
  • Monarto Zoological Park Lions 360
  • Prospect House Extension
  • Prospect House Extension
  • St Peters Precinct Redevelopment
  • Pt Augusta Sterile Insect Production Facility
  • Brougham Place Residence
  • Tatiara Civic Centre
  • Adelaide Zoo Nature's Playground
  • Seymour College Performing Arts Centre
  • St Columba College Gymnasium
  • Woodcroft College Junior School Multipurpose Hall
  • Woodcroft College Junior School Multipurpose Hall
  • Mary MacKillop College Digital Hub
  • University of South Australia Student Lounge
  • St Columba College Gymnasium

Phillips/Pilkington Architects are an award-winning Adelaide based architecture firm with extensive experience in Educational, Cultural, Residential, Social Housing, Commercial and Tourism Architecture, together with Master Planning & Feasibility Studies. We listen and work collaboratively with clients to meet their needs throughout the design, construction and post-occupancy phases. The practice is committed to providing innovative and cost effective solutions which exceed client expectations.

Please browse our website for further information, or contact our office at 165 MacKinnon Parade, North Adelaide on (08) 8239 9000.


Phillips/Pilkington Architects acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the original custodians of this continent, its lands, waters and seas. We recognise those that have cared for this country for millennia before us, and are committed to respecting their deep and continuing connection to country. 

We also acknowledge that we work and live on the traditional lands of the Kaurna People. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and recognise their continuing spiritual connection to these lands and waters.

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