Alter Atlas Architecture is a Melbourne architecture practice founded in 2014 by Burmese-Australian Architect Steven Chu to form, together, the world we want to live in.
Steven studied architecture at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) with the late Gold Medal-winning Architect Peter Corrigan AM, graduating with a Master of Architecture with Distinction.
His skills and contributions have spanned a diverse range of project types including State and Federal Government funded hospitals, high-density and medium density residential developments, educational and research facilities, cultural redevelopments, private residences and pro-bono work in the humanitarian sector.
With extensive experience in successfully built and award-winning projects in Australia across residential, commercial, education and healthcare sectors, he advocates a design approach that strives toward culturally engaged, environmentally responsive and ethical built outcomes.
Steven also serves as a board member and elected Director of Design at Aussie Action Abroad, a registered Australian Charity that organises humanitarian expeditions and community development projects in Nepal, and teaches Architecture at the University of Melbourne and RMIT University, and as the Founder and Community Lead at the Habitat Co-working community in Fitzroy North.
ARBV Accredited Architecture Practice
A+ Practice of The Australian Institute of Architects
1/430 Rae Street, Fitzroy North, VIC 3068, Australia