A graduate of the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales, Tomek Archer set up his studio in Sydney’s Surry Hills in 2014. His work is already extremely varied, his growing portfolio spanning installations, commercial interiors, and single and multi-family houses. Bronte House in Sydney involved the transformation of an existing heritage brick house with a new timber volume at the rear designed to bring the outside in. ‘Architecture is fundamentally about shaping spaces that inspire many forms of occupation,’ he says. In 2012, Archer co-founded NOMI, an online company that allows you to customise designer furniture.