The successful candidate will have a minimum 2-3 years post-graduate local experience, including experience in delivering high end residential projects.

The candidate will work alongside the directors and other team members in a friendly environment, overseeing projects from concept to completion.

Skills and Experience

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • Strong construction and documentation skills (AutoCad + Sketchup, Revit ideally.)
  • Ability to coordinate consultant work and liaise with authorities
  • A good knowledge of town planning, the building code and approval processes
  • Good communication skills in working with builders, clients, consultants, and other team members.
  • Ability to make conscientious decisions and work in a sometimes fast paced environment.


Our clients are discerning, and together we create environments which are a joy to inhabit. To the successful candidate we offer a creative, friendly and supportive environment.

Please submit a detailed CV and portfolio (max 5MB) to



We are thrilled to unveil the new logo and identity of Windust Architecture x Interiors.

Thank you Akiko Chan for your fantastic work on the Logo and branding. We love the parallel lines, the font, the colour palette and the scatter pattern.

A joy to inhabit.

“Windust is a balance of two halves working together equally. The vision and the detail, the inside and the outside. Windust and their client are also two parts that collaborate to complete a project; the best result being one where the product is greater than the sum of two parts.

The expertise and value of Windust is their ability to respond to a client’s needs and create a curated solution. The right combination of materials, fixture and finishes results in a space that delights.”

– Akiko Chan, Graphic designer and branding specialist


Our office would be closed from 20th of December  and reopen on 15th of January 2019.

We wish you have a wonderful festive season.



A growing family and a fig tree: two important factors in the extensions of Matt and Sonia Hegarty’s home in Coburg, Victoria, by Windust Architects, which feature some Japanese elements.  Words by Tess Ritchie.