Office Feuerman is a Sydney based research and design practice led by William Feuerman.
Office Feuerman (OF) is a design office that thrives on engaging and collaborating with clients and partners to find thoughtful design solutions, looking at everyday issues, challenges, and constraints as a means for design invention.
Based in Sydney and New York City, OF designs for a range of scales- from furniture to building design. The practice’s work has been featured and recognized in national and international publications and exhibitions.
William Feuerman is a designer, academic and writer working in Australia and the US. He is the Director of Office Feuerman (OF), a Sydney based design and research office, founded in New York in 2007. Before starting OF, William worked at several leading international architecture firms including five years at Bernard Tschumi Architects in New York.
In 2010, he began teaching at UTS, where he served as the Course Director for the Bachelor of Design in Architecture program and Associate Head of School from 2012-2016. He has coordinated a taught in graduate and undergraduate architecture programs in Australia and the US. At Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) he coordinated and taught design studios in the New York/Paris and Introduction to Architecture programs. He taught in the graduate architecture program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design as well as the undergraduate interior design program at Pratt Institute’s School of Art and Design.
William studied at Columbia University GSAPP and at the California College of the Arts. He came to Sydney in 2010 via New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He is a contributor to The Conversation and the New York-based website Untapped Cities, where he writes about art, architecture and the city.
Dane Voorderhake is a UTS Master of Architecture Graduate who joined OF in 2015. He is interested in all things digital with a focus upon algorithmic processes and advanced fabrication technologies. This manifests into an interest in Architecture’s return to the culture of ‘making’ and a tactile working approach that navigates the ground between the digital and the physical.
Dane was the winner of the 2016 Australian Institute of Architects Graduate Award for ‘Digital Innovation in Architecture’. Dane has lived and studied in Amsterdam, Berlin, and Sydney. He currently teaches architectural design and communications and manages the Advanced Fabrication Lab at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
Marty Bowen (Senior Designer)
Marston Bowen is a UTS Master of Architecture Graduate who joined OF in 2017. Prior to starting OF, Marston worked at architectural and interior design practices, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer (TZG) and Freeman Ryan Design (FRD).
He is interested in urbanisation and how we live in cities today. Marston was the winner of the 2016 Australian Institute of Architects Graduate Award for ‘Structural Innovation in Architecture’.
Marston has also contributed to ArchitectureAU, a website that provides extensive coverage from leading writers, practitioners and academics on the built environment. He currently teaches architectural history and theory, and architectural communications at UTS.
Andrea Lam joined OF in 2017 and is currently completing her Master of Architecture at UTS. She is interested in the role public spaces play in contemporary cities, and how architecture and design can make our cities more inclusive.
In 2016, Andrea was the recipient of the 2016 RCC Merit Scholarship for Women and completed an internship at Richard Crookes Construction. She was also the recipient of the 2017 Australian Institute of Architect’s History and Theory Award. She currently teaches communications in the interior architecture course at UTS.
Endriana Audisho (Senior Designer)
Endriana Audisho is an Associate Lecturer at UTS, where she coordinates first year design studio and teaches second year history and theory. Endriana has been working as a graduate architect for OF since 2011 and is currently completing a second Masters of Architecture degree (by Research).