Inspirational design that bring ideas to life

At Webber Architects we believe that a building’s worth isn’t measured by a single group of people. We believe that it is collective experiences that give a building life and this underpins our commitment to quality urban design.

We seamlessly merge architecture, urban design, interior design and master planning to create inspiring commercial and residential spaces that:

From the first conversation we have with you…

WE LISTEN to your ideas and your goals, your knowledge and your values. We use our own experience to tease out the details that add depth to your vision.

WE LOOK beyond the design to the life the building has after its construction. We take the time to understand how people will use the space and how the community around it will make it part of their lives.

WE CREATE imaginative and unique buildings that incorporate and highlight the surrounding environment to become positive influences in the community. We create spaces that celebrate the senses and make life easier.

Our extensive list of industry awards shows off our success and while we are proud of the recognition from our peers, we measure our success by the longevity of the buildings we create.


Webber Architects, with offices in both Newcastle and Sydney, encompasses over 20 years’ experience in architecture, urban design, master planning, and interior design.  We are currently working on commercial and residential projects statewide.

Our residential portfolio includes a range of high, medium and low density multi-residential dwellings as well as both affordable and custom architectural single homes.

Our commercial portfolio includes universities, schools and child care facilities; libraries; sporting, recreational and community facilities; medical facilities; clubs and other hospitality venues; and office fit outs.  Our commercial clients include:

Our team at Webber Architects is actively involved with the Australian Institute of Architecture (AIA), the Hunter Business Chamber (HBC) and the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) as well as with local sporting and community groups.