Chenchow Little is an award winning practice that has provided architectural and interior
architecture services since 1994. Through their residential work the practice has developed
a reputation for the quality of their design and detailing. The success of these projects
has lead to select commissions in other sectors including retail and commercial.
Chenchow Little have received many awards for their work including the NSW Australian Institute of Architects Aaron Bolot Award for multiple housing and the Australian Institute of Architects National Robin Boyd Award, the highest accolade for residential architecture in Australia. Architecture Record (USA) selected Chenchow Little amongst ten international firms for their prestigious Design Vanguard issue 2010.
The work of Chenchow Little has attracted strong interest from leading international and local publications and websites, including Casabella (Italy), Architectural Record (USA), Wallpaper (UK), GA Houses (Japan), MARK (The Netherlands) and Architecture Australia. The work has also featured in local and international exhibitions, including 'Out from Under: Australian Architecture Now' sponsored by the American Institute of Architects; and 'Abundant Australia' at the 11th International Architecture Biennale, Venice in 2008. Chenchow Little have been invited to lecture about their work present their work in lectures, including at the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra) and the Art Gallery of NSW (Sydney).
As an Institute of Architects A+ practice Chenchow Little are committed to best practice, continuing professional development and the future of the architectural profession.
/ TONY CHENCHOW
|1967||Born in Sydney, Australia|
|1986-1993||Studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia|
|1993||Awarded Degree in Architecture with Honours (UNSW)|
|1994||Partnership with Stephanie Little|
|2004||Founded Chenchow Little Pty Ltd|
Tony Chenchow has led the design of many of the practice's award-winning projects. His projects have won the highest Australian Institute of Architects Awards including the National Robin Boyd Award and the NSW Institute of Architects Awards Aaron Bolot Award.
Recent completed projects include the Bresic Whitney Office Hunters Hill and the Darling Point Apartment. Projects under construction include new dwellings in Coogee and Glebe.
Tony has tutored design at the University of New South Wales and the University of Adelaide, Australia. He has also been a guest studio design critic at the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Tony graduated in Architecture from the University of New South Wales, with first class honours in 1993. During his studies, he won the 1988 Royal Australian Institute of Architects Kann Scholarship, the Royal Australian Institute of Architect's National Biennale Award, the NSW Chapter Prize 1992 and the Royal Australian Institute of Architects Prize 1992.
In 2008 Tony was a juror in the NSW Royal Australian Institute of Architects awards.
He is a registered architect in NSW and Victoria.
/ STEPHANIE LITTLE
|1970||Born in Griffith, Australia|
|1988-1993||Studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia|
|1994||Awarded Degree in Architecture with Honours (UNSW)|
|1994||Partnership with Tony Chenchow|
|2004||Founded Chenchow Little Pty Ltd|
Stephanie Little is fully involved with all aspects of each project, working in close collaboration with Tony Chenchow.
Recent completed projects include the Bresic Whitney Office in Hunters Hill and the Darling Point Apartment. Projects under construction include a new dwelling in Coogee and an office fit out for Bresic Whitney Balmain.
Stephanie graduated in Architecture from the University of New South Wales, with honours in 1994. During her studies, she was shortlisted for the Royal Australian Institute of Architect's National Biennale Award.
In 2012 Stephanie was a juror for the NSW Australian Institute of Architects Awards in the Residential Houses category and in 2015 Stephanie was a juror for the Houses Awards.
/ PROFILE PUBLICATIONS
Karen McCartney, "Mirror Finish," Belle (Australia) December/January 2015/16
Anne Lim, "The Art of City Living," The Australian, 'Wish' Special Design Issue, April 2014
Rachel Bernstone, "Chenchow Little," Steel Profile 112, 2012
Russell Fortmeyer, "Chenchow Little Architects," Design Vanguard 2010, Architectural Record (USA) December 2010
Narelle Yabuka, "The Space Between," Houses (Australia) 65, 2008