The natural world is what inspires the work of Honeyman and Smith.
Human interaction with the natural world (light and dark) and natural materials encourages a sense of connection in a world full of distraction, projects enable the user to become at ease with their environment.
Projects have incorporated wellness, rhythms, chiaroscuro, connectivity and seclusion concepts.
Reduce. Materials and components are applied in their best and truest form and show-cased in architecture and interiors in their purest state.
Established in 2010, Honeyman and Smith provide services for Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture Design and Landscape Architecture consultation.
Work in the practice includes residential architecture, multi residential, commercial projects and cultural and civic installations.
Thomas Honeyman RIBA
Thomas graduated from Westminster University in England with a Post Graduate Diploma of Architecture with Honours in 2009. His Major Project was published in Blueprint magazine as one of the top 50 design graduates in the United Kingdom as well as being nominated for an award for Sustainable Design from Make Architects in London. He has worked at Arup Associates in London. Since graduating in 2009, he has focused on establishing Honeyman and Smith in Melbourne, Australia and in the United Kingdom as well as developing a research arm to examine the philosophy and implementation of projects within the office.
Sara Smith RAIA
Sara graduated from RMIT University in Australia with a Bachelor of Architecture with Honours 1st Class in 2005. Sara then travelled to London and worked for Arup Associates where the exposure to a multi-disciplinary office provided the basis to her career. After her time at Arup, Sara began working at Foster + Partners where many opportunities enhanced her skills and knowledge. Participation with the development of Hotels, Offices and Multi-Residential buildings across all facets brought together her understanding of theory, technology, design and practice. Sara worked at Bates Smart and then Denton Corker Marshall before co-founding Honeyman and Smith.