Michael Mckeon Architecture is a Melbourne and Canberra based studio specialising in urban and rural settings. 

We have experience in residential alterations and extensions, residential new builds and public design. Our work is based on studies into space, light and materiality. These studies follow a foundation of sustainable principles which will often be found guiding our projects and finish resonating in their built form.

We believe architecture has a large role to play in social, economic and environmental aspects of sustainability. Our studio is proud to be adding to the urban fabric and contributing to this ever-changing dialogue.


Our studio believes in the importance of collaboration and client engagement. This process begins with a respect and understanding of place where we take inspiration from existing conditions.

This research is united with our clients’ aspirations and interrogation of light, proportions and materials. This journey is evident in our work as it portrays a sensitivity to location as a carefully considered making of space.


We work with various clients as well as collaborating with builders and other design disciplines. Our expertise as an architecture studio allows us to work closely with clients to meet their expectations and aspirations.

We offer the full scope of architectural and project management services. This includes: feasibility studies, concept design, town planning, design development, construction documentation, contract tendering and contract administration.

Michael Mckeon

BAppSc.Arch  | M.Arch | reg. 19172 (VIC) 2649 (ACT)

Michael completed his Masters degree at the University of Canberra in 2011. Since then he has worked at renowned architectural practices in both Canberra and Melbourne. He has worked on a wide range of projects and gained extensive experience across various typologies.

Michael has spent time abroad working with Architects Without Frontiers and regards this experience as equally humbling and invaluable. He is passionate about architecture as a tool to initiate change.

He believes in pushing boundaries and sees most opportunities as a method of both facilitation and self development. He is excited for the future of architecture and looks forward to the constant contribution to both the urban and rural landscapes.