Christopher Polly Architect is a design and ideas-focused architecture practice established by Christopher Polly in Sydney in late 2005. The practice distils a holistic detail design and process-led approach in the delivery of highly creative and pragmatic architectural solutions that resonate simplicity, conceptual rigour and material invention.
A strong emphasis is placed on a critical synthesis of the opportunities and constraints of each site, context and brief as a catalyst for design differentiation and uniquely appropriate outcomes in response to place, sustainability and patterns of use.
Christopher Polly Profile
Christopher Polly is a registered architect who was educated at the University of New South Wales, graduating in 1997 with Class 1 Honours, the Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter Prize and The Frank Fox Memorial Prize for his thesis on the urban design of Battery Park City in New York.