Inhabit Design occupies a special niche in Melbourne’s architectural community with an inspired design team of 15 designers and architects. Here we profile two team members, Ariel Lopez and Pablo Godoy who are helping to shape Inhabit Design into a community-oriented practice.
November 10th, 2015
Established in 2013, Inhabit Design has identified need in the market for quality boutique architectural development, delivering five residential projects and over 700 apartments in 2015 alone.
Aiming to set a new benchmark for urban residential design, Inhabit Design are focused on creating a new visual language, one that radiates outward from the individual, to a respectful street level and community experience. “We are really focused on the individual experience of the people living in our buildings and want to enhance this on every level,” says Inhabit Design Co-Design Leader Ariel Lopez. “Melbourne is a city that is changing – this change gives opportunities for Inhabit Design to positively contribute to the changes and become involved in active dialogue with the community.”
Inhabit’s team leaders, Ariel Lopez and Pablo Godoy hail from Argentina, but with divergent career paths and architectural approaches. With a collective 23 years experience in the industry and 12 years overseas experience in the residential, commercial and hospitality developments, Ariel has led the architectural and design teams for Inhabit Design since February 2014 after joining the company as a Senior Project Architect in 2013.
Pablo Godoy, Co-Leader of Inhabit has 17 years of experience working for a stream of renowned architectural practices in the UK, Russia, Middle East, Argentina and Australia. Pablo thrives on the diversity offered by working in a variety of different sectors including medium to large-scale multi-residential and master planning.
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