NOMA* is a architecture, public realm and interiors practice located in Northbridge, Western Australia. We work closely with a network of experienced consultants and contractors to deliver functional, sustainable, ethical and socially responsible outcomes contributing to local communities. Established by Simon Venturi in 2012 after twelve years working for large architectural practices within the design, detailing, administration and delivery of large commercial projects, Simon now leads a small team working on a diverse range of public, commercial, retail, multi as well as single residential projects. We deliver high quality built outcomes.

We collaborate with contractors, craftsman and artists providing exposure to new ideas and approaches allowing us to maintain a continual process of re-generation. We’ve recently undertaken a series of public space and adaptive re-use projects transforming redundant or under-utilised spaces and structures for new use. Our Sorrento Performance Deck and William Street Roof-top Deck projects both generate spaces for social interaction. We’ve also completed a number of micro projects illustrating small can make a significant positive contribution to local communities. NOMA* was recognised for its Standby Espresso ‘hole in the wall’ project in the 2016 AIA WA Architecture Awards. 

Our built environment is formed through the prioritisation of complex social, political, economic and environmental forces. We acknowledge the potential use of this as well as opportunities to incorporate the basic notion of ‘sharing’ as a design generator. NOMA* also seeks to respond as well as contribute to each specific locality's unique sense of 'place' strengthening local community engagement and differentiating it from other localities.

NOMA* provide a highly personal service and view every project as well as budget as a challenge requiring a thoughtful solution. Client as well as stakeholder consultation and collaboration maintains a central role within our process. NOMA* is registered with the Architects Board of Western Australia and is an A+ member of the Australian Institute of Architects.