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ArchiPro Launches in Australia, Making Architecturally Designed Spaces Accessible to All.

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Arkadia multi-residential development in Alexandria, designed by Breathe in collaboration with CKO Architecture and Oculus. Photos: Tom Ross.

 

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Sculptform design studio in Melbourne, designed by Woods Bagot. Photos: Peter Bennets.

 

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The internet and social media have made it easy for anyone to source inspiration globally for their homes (and other design projects, for that matter); however, knowing where to find the perfect products or connect with the right professionals is key to pulling a project together. Enter ArchiPro—one of New Zealand’s most successful start-ups, which has now officially launched in Australia with a mission to simplify the end-to-end building process. Purpose-built for people at any stage of the building journey, the cutting-edge platform seamlessly connects those wanting to build or renovate an architecturally designed home with the Australian industry professionals and products that can bring their vision to life.

Connecting the building industry like never before, ArchiPro is anything but a static, directory style site most of us would be accustomed to. Powered by trailblazing software, the design-led online marketplace connects architects and designers with clients, products and specialist service providers too, from building trades to engineers and photographers—all in one place. Notably, the platform is by invitation only, meaning everything and everyone has gone through a vetting process to ensure their quality meets ArchiPro’s impeccable standards.

Equally, we’ve vetted ArchiPro on your behalf and are happy to report this company is the real deal. They are led by a passionate team of people who put their money where their mouth is, and—while we come at it from different angles—Team Yellowtrace feels aligned with their mission of making good design accessible to all and empowering people to create better spaces in which we experience life. To that end, we feel proud to announce a partnership with ArchiPro, which will see us unveil a unique content series across these pages and our social channels in the coming months—watch this space.

 

This Yellowtrace Promotion is supported by ArchiPro. Like everything we do, our partner content is carefully curated to maintain the utmost relevance to our audience. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Yellowtrace.

 

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Spotted Gum House by Alexander& Co. Photos: Anson Smart.

 

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Soft Serve by YSG Studio. Photos: Prue Ruscoe.

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As a design-led online marketplace for building, ArchiPro allows top local architects and designers to showcase their portfolio in a way that best expresses their brand, their style and their vision, with a view to connect them with an ideal client within a niche audience of people on an architectural build or renovation journey.

Consumers are spending hours on search engines trying to find the right architects and design professionals to work with, and those who were once relying on word-of-mouth referrals are finding that they’re not connecting with the right clients. ArchiPro connects clients with a specific architectural taste and budget with the right architect or designer for their project.

 

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Budge Over Dover by YSG Studio. Photos: Prue Ruscoe.

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Alexander& Co’s Alexander House in Bondi Junction. Photos: Anson Smart.

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Davidov Partners’ own design & architecture studio in Melbourne. Photo: Jack Lovel.

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Slack Office in Melbourne by Breathe. Photo: Peter Clarke.

 

The platform can also be used throughout the design and building journey with clients by directly sharing inspiration and sourcing products. For example, clients can create Design Boards, where they can collate all of their projects and product inspiration in one convenient location. They can also pinpoint the products used in their favourite projects and browse thousands more across the site.

All products comply with Australian building standards and are readily available in Australia, solving the frustrating problem of sourcing home products online, only to find they are not available locally.

 

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Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry. Photo: Damian Bennett.

 

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Brunswick Lean To by Blair Smith Architecture. Photo: Tom Ross.

 

Milot Zeqiri, Group CEO of ArchiPro, founded the company with partner Brittany Gribben in Auckland in 2014 after experiencing the drawn-out and challenging renovation of their own home. Seeing a gap in the market for something that would streamline the end-to-end process, Milot and Brittany started ArchiPro with just a handful of contractors. A mere eight years later, ArchiPro has more than 130 employees across New Zealand and Australia, with further expansion overseas imminent in 2022 and beyond.

Milot arrived in New Zealand in 1999 at just 17 years old with nothing but the clothes on his back, having fled war-torn Kosovo. He attended Auckland’s Selwyn College for two years, learnt English, and completed a Bachelor of Design at Auckland University of Technology. At 22, Milot bought his first home in St Heliers, and by 30, he owned six properties.

He started on a journey of renovating his portfolio of properties—and discovered that the building process was long and disruptive, with barriers to finding the best products and professionals to use in his projects. With an insatiable hunger for idea generation, an intuitive ability for big-picture thinking, determination and gratitude for the opportunities offered to him in New Zealand, Milot now leads a movement to transform the building industry. Today, Archipro is New Zealand’s largest architectural platform and one of the fastest-growing online companies in New Zealand.

 

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Paramount House Hotel by Breathe. Photos: Kat Lu.

 

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GB House by Renato D’Ettorre Architects. Photos: Justin Alexander.

 

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Italianate House by Renato D’Ettorre Architects. Photos: Simone Bossi.

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ArchiPro enters the Australian market with more than 700 foundation partners live on-site, including esteemed global architecture firm Woods Bagot and BVN, along with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Studio Prineas, Alexander & Co, Renato D’Ettorre, Rob Mills, Ian Moore Architects and Breathe, as well as award-winning interior designers YSG Studio and Tom Mark Henry, among others.

“The building and construction industry has historically been incredibly fragmented and difficult for people to navigate,” commented ArchiPro Australia CEO Adrian Marafioti. “ArchiPro is bridging this gap in a completely transformative way by first inspiring homeowners to build architecturally designed spaces, and then seamlessly connecting them with the quality products and professionals they need. This unification of the industry will positively impact the quality of life of millions of Australians and shape the future of Australian housing for generations to come.”

 

For more information, visit ArchiPro Australia at archipro.com.au. To apply to join the platform as a professional member, click here.

 

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Redfern Warehouse by Ian Moore Architects. Photos: Rory Gardiner.

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