Argall Feature at Design Speaks ‘Acts of generosity’ Symposium

15 September 2023

We're super proud that two of our projects were featured as part of the Design Speaks 'Acts of Generosity' Symposium on Friday.

At ARGALL we’re super proud that two of our projects were featured as part of the Design Speaks ‘Acts of Generosity’ Symposium on Friday.

We understand that the Darebin Intercultural Centre for the Darebin City Council was brilliantly presented by Nick Braun of Sibling Architecture, and likewise the Boronggook Drysdale Library for the City of Greater Geelong by Graham Christ of Antarctica:Architects and Danielle Peck of Architecture Associates.

Both of these projects were led splendidly by our architectural clients and we feel honored to be part of the design teams and incredibly proud of the positive impact that both of these projects are having in their local communities.

Photography of both buildings by Peter Bennetts.

Darebin Intercultural Centre:

Boronggook Drysdale Library:


Argall was founded in 2017 by Andrew Gall, an engineer with a passion for complex design and breaking the mould. His work experience as a senior structural engineer across a variety of project disciplines made him realise there was a real need for a bespoke people and service-oriented structural engineering consultancy that would inspire sustainability practices and innovation often lacking in big companies.

This is over and above his experience in traditional procurement roles, his work with builders in the design and construct field, managing projects in sport, tertiary education, the arts and zoological fields, as well as community, commercial, residential and multi- residential enterprises. With such a wealth of knowledge and understanding of different design methodologies, he has the expertise to challenge the status quo in his new venture.