Community Pro Bono Architectural Services

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Fuse Architects is focused on following the lead of the legal profession which has long recognised its responsibility to undertake pro bono work as a core part of its daily practice. Fuse Architects currently works alongside numerous private entity and government bodies which together, serve to positively contribute to the highest aspirations of architecture and profitable development responses. Alongside these higher order skills and professionalism, we have a strong commitment in ensuring that a component of our work, is carried out on a pro-bono basis and will therefore, serve to benefit the broader community and the numerous organisations scattered across it.

Recent examples of this type of work relate to the renovations of the Ronald Mc’Donald House in Randwick, which were carried out in collobaration with our long standing client Piety Group.

Fuse was also recently involved in the detailed plan preparation for the Carlton Islamic Community Youth Centre, which is a community centre focused on both the mentorship and leadership of local youth.

Fuse Architects acknowledges the First Nations peoples, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation, as the Traditional Custodians of the diverse lands where we live, work, and create. We admire their deep and enduring connections to the land, sea, and community. We are committed to meaningful dialogue, as we work together to honour the past and shape a harmonious future. We pay our respects to the wisdom of their Elders, past, present, and emerging.

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