Rebekah Vallance and Casey Vallance have established CultivAR as a collective platform for architectural design, writing, research and theological study.

CultivAR brings together 15 years of practice experience in master-planning, designing and overseeing architectural projects, of varied types, scales and complexity. CultivAR are also experienced working in remote locations across Australia, to collaborate with local clients, community groups, councils and building contractors. 

Collaborative relationships are integral to CultivAR’s design approach and we delight in both established and new relationships. CultivAR’s ongoing collaboration with Cox Architecture enables us to joint-venture and continue our working relationship together, to service large projects across all design sectors. Since 2003, Casey worked with Cox Architecture and served as a Director and Design Leader in the company until 2017.  Rebekah worked with Cox Architecture as a design architect from 2005-2013.

Casey Vallance & Rebekah Vallance both received their Bachelor of Architecture with Honours I from the University of Queensland and both are Registered Architects with the Board of Architects of Queensland.

CultivAR combines Masters study at Christ College, Sydney, with architectural design projects taken on by the practice informing this theological research.

CultivAR is an architectural practice, established to develop our commitment to fuse our skills and experience in design with our faith motivation to cultivate people and place.  

Our joy is reflected in creating relationships to flourish.