At RobertsDay our experience of great places underpins everything we do.
Our service is built on collaboration with industry greats, research into industry trends and challenges, and more than 25 years of work in the field.
At RobertsDay, we are closely monitoring COVID-19, and have implemented a range of measures that prioritise the health, safety and wellbeing of our team and clients. While this remains our first priority, we also recognise that through hardship comes an opportunity to demonstrate our resilience and agility.
From its humble beginnings as a start-up business in Perth, RobertsDay has grown to one of Australia’s most important design and planning companies, with 60 employees and 1,400 projects across Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Dubai.
RobertsDay (RD) has promoted two Managing Directors as it responds to complex commissions around Australia and abroad.
New research has uncovered compelling evidence from US cities on the value of walkability, with a demonstrable premium on house values for more walkable environments (and a higher WalkScore).
Understanding and defining culture is difficult – it is notoriously complex, multi-dimensional and is place specific. Given this, as place makers / planners / designers how can we understand and define culture for successful place making?