Cumulus Studio

Cumulus Studio is an award-winning architecture practice with offices in Hobart, Launceston and Melbourne.


  • Post Street Social

    Post Street Social

    Since the opening of the Museum of New and Old Art (MONA) in 2009, Hobart has experienced a boom in art and cultural offerings that has attracted national and international tourists to the island stat

  • Bento Moonah

    Bento Moonah

    Following WWII, Hobart’s northern municipality of Glenorchy was settled by European migrants seeking to make a new life in the growing industrial hub. This influx of diverse cultures brought with them

  • 15/Love House

    15/Love House

    Tennis is a game of strategy with a player’s game plan dependent on the skilful deployment of key manoeuvres whilst responding to unexpected challenges. In the case of the 15/Love House, a new family

  • Willie Smith's

    Willie Smith's

    Tasmania’s reputation as the apple isle comes not from its shape but its international status as a key grower of apples throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Although the industry is now a shadow of

  • Devil's Corner

    Devil's Corner

    Visitors winding north along the Tasman Highway on Tasmania’s scenic East Coast would be familiar with the Cherry Tree Hill lookout. Shortly after Cranbrook, a corridor of eucalypts and scrub parts to

  • Pumphouse Point

    Pumphouse Point

    Originally constructed as part of the Hydro Electric scheme, the facility on Lake St Clair in the Tasmanian Central Highlands was built to pump water from Lake St Clair to the adjacent St Clair Lagoon

  • Pumphouse Point Hotel

    Pumphouse Point Hotel

    Cemintel’s BareStone was used to help capture the history and essence of the beautiful 1940s Pumphouse Point hotel, winner of the Commercial Architecture Award at the 2015 Tasmanian Architecture Award