Sarah Bryant

ARBV; B.PD Arch (Hons), U.Melb; B. Arch (Hons), U.Melb

Sarah founded the practice in 2008. She has broad experience in residential and commercial work, including housing, retail, commercial fit-out, aged care, health, multi-residential, and hospitality projects.

Sarah enjoys the ‘human scale’ in residential projects, and loves to work with a range of materials exploring texture and colour. She has a strong interest in design and interior architecture.

She has recently been on the assessment panel for the new Student Precinct at the University of Melbourne; a role that reflects her sound judgement and considered approach to architecture and life.


Richard Bryant

ARBV; B.PD Arch (Hons), U.Melb B. Arch (Hons), U.Melb; AIPM

Richard brings more than 20 years of practice experience across a range of education, commercial and residential projects; teaching at the University of Melbourne and active involvement in a number of industry bodies including being an active member on the Victorian Committee of the Association of Consulting Architects.

Richard brings strong conceptual skills to his projects and has an interest in creating architecture that is tactile, personal and crafted to each client. His designs are sensitive and elegant, with a lightness that belies a strong, rigorous approach brought together in thorough and clear documentation.


Prue Gordon

B.Sc (Design) (Hons), Canada College, California

As a qualified Interior Designer with experience spanning aircraft design, luxury mobile homes, apartments and houses, Prue’s experience working within a range of budgets, timelines and creative briefs is invaluable. Prue works closely with the architectural team and clients to develop interior spaces, including materials and finishes, lighting, fixtures, cabinetry design and fittings.

Prue also brings together the final components of our projects including furniture selection, window treatments and soft furnishing enabling Bryant Alsop to provide a complete service.


Stephanie Reed-Marshall

ARBV; B.Arch, U.Melb; M.Arch, U.Melb

A registered Architect with experience working on a variety of educational and residential projects, Stephanie is an all rounder, able to work on projects from inception to completion. With a keen eye for design and interiors, clear communication skills and strong technical knowledge, she continues to ensure that our projects are executed confidently.


Rob Randell

B.Arch, Monash; M.Arch, Monash

With a keen eye for detail and a methodical approach to his work, Rob's role as a graduate architect sees him take a lead role in residential and education projects from Town Planning through to construction; and with the successful completion of a number of significant residential projects to his credit, he continues to develop a role seeing our projects delivered efficiently and accurately.


Charlotte Poulain

B.Arch. Design , U.Adel; M. Arch, U.Adel.

Charlotte’s passion for architecture and design developed at an early age primarily through her love for freehand drawing and studying Visual Arts during secondary school. Her experience across both residential and education projects is complemented by her experience working in Nepal with Architects without Frontiers.


Tom Minifie

B.Design (Arch), U.Sydney; M.Arch, U.Sydney

Having graduated from the University of Sydney with his Masters (including a year at the Technische Universität in Berlin), Tom is just starting out on his journey with Bryant Alsop. When not rowing on the Yarra, he can be found working with the team across a number of aspects of architectural delivery including the preparation of existing conditions drawings, product research, reports and 3D models.


Natalie Robinson

Architect & Education Planning Consultant

Through her PhD and working with leading architectural education practices including Y2Architecture, HASSELL and Clarke Hopkins Clarke, Natalie has developed a series of School Design Tools, which provide strategies and approaches that can be used at different stages of design to assist in bridging the areas of deficiency. The tools identify key aspirations and objectives at each design stage, and evolved with the development of the project. They aim to capture and build on the three key relationships through facilitating and structuring the briefing process with the school and creating a balance between the School Community, Architect and Education Pedagogy, so as to support the design of more effective school architecture.


Buddy (the spoodle)

Wellbeing Officer

Integral to the amenity of the workplace environment, Buddy loves his daily inspection of the office checking in with everyone to see that they're OK. The rest of his time is spent asleep in the sunshine and trying to convince anyone with food that he hasn't been fed for days.