The spaces we inhabit,
online and off, shape who
and how we live.
Hi!︎︎ I’m Natasha, an architect and designer based in Melbourne (Naarm), Australia. Through Somewhere—Something, I work with individuals and small businesses to develop brand stories and engaging visual identities.
My interest in branding and brand environments started while at university, culminating with my Architectural Masters’s Degree final project on the subject in 2008—Clinic of the Cool.
As a registered architect, I’ve practised in the building industry, crafting spatial environments, for over 10 years, having worked with several influential design practices on award-winning residential, commercial, institutional and infrastructural projects.
I am interested in the agency of our environments in understanding the complexities of habitation and consumption, and their part in influencing and informing our individual narratives, identities and memories.
My architectural training as a creative mediator has enabled me to refine an approach to design thinking in the real world, bringing together emotional currency and different forms of knowledge to my current work with brands and visual identities.
Alongside my work with identities and brands, I have an interest in stationery and paper goods, explored through an online shop—Maybe Today.
If you have a project in mind and want to work together,
get in touch and say hi
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Raising an adventurous kid (mine)
Academy Xi (2022)
Master of Architecture
University of Melbourne (2006-2008)
Bachelor of Planning and Design
University of Melbourne (2002-2005)
A few of my favourite things—
Endless cups of coffee
Indian Street Food