Our journey to becoming carbon neutral

Sustainability at Reddog

Our journey to carbon neutral

Our three step journey has been to

(1) convert to 100% green power,

(2) conduct a carbon audit,

(3) go carbon neutral.

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Reimagining Brisbane's Homes

Reddog in the Press

‘Like a Meccano set’: how architects are reimagining Brisbane’s homes to survive future flooding

Maddie Thomas, The Guardian

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Welcome Sam!


Sam is particularly interested in the link between environmental sustainability and architectural identity.

Sam completed his Bachelor of Architecture at Griffith University, and his Masters of Architecture from the Abedian School of Architecture at Bond University.

Outside of work, Sam can be found working on AJAR … a zine which explores themes of art, design, the built environment, and cultural discourse with a focus on regional reflection of creatives practicing on Kombumerri & Bundjalung country.AJAR:


Sam Cutajar

Sustainability Action Plan SAP


Sustainability Action Plan SAP
Reddog SAP (Sustainability Action Plan)

At Reddog Architects, we are committed to creating sustainable solutions for our practice and for all our designs. We have prepared our SAP (Sustainability Action Plan)  to support and guide our practices in this area. As signatories to the Architects Declare movement, we are proudly working to investigate and implement the ten sustainability principles into our practice. In addition to the ten principles, we are committed to becoming more educated about how we can better understand and embrace Indigenous Design Principles.

We have committed to reviewing and reflecting on our actions outlined in this SAP on an annual basis.

The Architects Declare movement provides a frame work of progress as measured against the goals of the movement. We believe, in the majority of areas, we are meeting the ‘extend’ level of sustainability in our operations. As we continuously strive to ensure our operations and our projects align with the principles, we are aiming to meet the criteria for the ‘amplify’ category by the end of 2023.

Reddog SAP

Congratulations Simon, Jess and Linton

2023 Announcements


Congratulations Jessica and Linton on becoming Reddog Associates. We are also pleased to recognise Simon’s elevation to Senior Associate. We look forward to the contributions of Simon, Jessica and Linton, and indeed the contribution of all of our Reddog team members, as we continue to strive to create more collaborative, equitable and sustainable built environments. 

Jacob Baker

Congratulations Jacob!

Jacob Baker
Congratulations Jacob!

We are proud to introduce our recently Registered ArchitectJacob Baker! After all his hard work and commitment to the profession he has passed all the necessary exams and interviews to now call himself an architect. Since joining Reddog in 2019, Jacob has contributed immensely to the culture of the office and been a great mentor to our students. We acknowledge his contribution on many projects but most notably The Shoreline Aged Care development in Coffs Harbour, whereby he has been involved from inception to practical completion. We look forward to him being the future of Reddog.

Education Design | Indesign #88

CHAC D Block
Education Design | Indesign #88

We are delighted to have Paul’s expertise on flexibility in education design shared in Indesign #88. 

“Without a doubt, any design of a learning environment must adapt to the changing needs of new generations and have long term flexibility.”

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indesign magazine

Acknowledgements: Indesign Magazine

clontarf house

Photo shoot | Clontarf House

clontarf house
Photo shoot | Clontarf House

Wrapping up the Clontarf House extension with a photo shoot!

Beautiful blue skies and the family home on school holidays made it a perfect day for Alanna McTiernan to capture the project.

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Clontarf House
clontarf house

Sustainability Strategies part 5

Sustainability is important to everyone at Reddog. We firmly believe that our environment is fragile and now is the time to solve some of sustainability challenges that face us all.

To help communicate how we can all make a difference, we have created (and continue to create) a series of articles introducing and discussing how sustainability can be achieved in architecture.

Part 5 of our series on sustainability strategies looks at concrete and brick as materials choices.

Sustainability in Action

CHAC D Block

Working in conjunction with the College’s masterplan, the new building is a high-profile location for the campus and forms a critical connection for the linear journey from Prep to Year 12.

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NA House

This Brisbane residential project emerged from the optimistic approach of a young couple whose Fairfield home was severely damaged in the 2011 Queensland Floods. The owners were determined to find a greater opportunity in the renovation process than a generic raise and restore approach would afford them.

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Shane Lim

Welcome Shane!

Welcome to Reddog, Shane!

Shane is  passionate about creating architecture that instils human belonging through facilitating cognitive experiences such as emotions, senses, memories, introspection, and connection. 

Shane has graduated from a Bachelor of Architecture (Honours) from Queensland University of Technology and is presently completing his Masters. He attributes much of his love for architecture to his inquisitive and creative spirit. 

During his free time, you’ll find him either on a hike, working on an art project or looking up his next travel destination.

Shane Lim
Shane Lim