Edwards Moore was setup in 2009, in Melbourne, Australia. The studio has received worldwide attention, with work ranging in scale from private houses, retail spaces, exhibitions and temporary pavilions to public buildings and large scale city planning projects.

Completed residential works include the Cubby House, Hillside habitat, Queen Street House (2010) and Light Box House (2013); Retail projects to date include the widely published Melissa Shoe store and iconic Alice Euphemia store in Melbourne(2012); which germinated from early experiments such as the multi-award winning Arnsdorf concept store completed in 2011.The Car Park Studio in East St Kilda, a translucent timber lined art studio (2012) was commended in the 2012 Vic Archi Awards, received a high commendation at  the HOUSES Awards.

Edwards Moore’s work also includes temporary projects such as the “raining diamonds” installation for Ricki Lee’s music video debut (2012), transportable stage sets for Architecture in Helsinki & Muscles as well as numerous exhibitions. Their first exhibition- Fringe(2011), made entirely from woodchips won them best exhibition design at the interior design awards.

The practice was named Designer of the Year at the 2011 IDEA Awards as well as winning emerging interior designers of the year at the Interior Design Awards in 2011,winning both event and installation design categories.

More recently their vision for larger scale projects such as the Parammatta towers (2013) and Ballarat Community Hub demonstrate their ability and vision to work across differing scales.