• Image for the article Winning Design For Nightcliff/Restaurant, Darwin
    12 Dec 2013

    Winning Design For Nightcliff/Restaurant, Darwin

    Hames Sharley’s design for the Nightcliff Cafe/Restaurant was chosen by the council and announced to the community in the NT News, on Wednesday 11th December, 2013.

  • Image for the article Caillin Howard New Managing Director
    14 Nov 2013

    Caillin Howard New Managing Director

    Caillin Howard has been appointed Managing Director of Hames Sharley, one of Australia’s leading multi-Disciplinary design firms. Howard will replace former Managing Director, Paul Drechsler, who after 38 years has decided to step down to be more available to the Urban Development portfolio projects undertaken by the company.

  • Image for the article The Braggs Receives National Commendation at 2013 AIA Awards Night
    12 Nov 2013

    The Braggs Receives National Commendation at 2013 AIA Awards Night

    Last Thursday the most iconic Australian architectural structure, The Sydney Opera House, saw The Braggs Building received the Australian Institute of Architecture ‘National Commendations for Public Architecture, 2013’ at this year’s ‘National Architecture Awards’.

  • Image for the article A Splash of Colour at Viridian China Green
    04 Nov 2013

    A Splash of Colour at Viridian China Green

    The Viridian China Green Apartments were officially launched to the public on the 2nd and 3rd November, 2013. The apartments, designed by Hames Sharley, are located directly adjacent Subiaco Common on the old Australian Fine China site.

  • Image for the article Michelle Cramer talks on how 'The Retail Store is the Medium'
    08 Oct 2013

    Michelle Cramer talks on how 'The Retail Store is the Medium'

    Michelle explores the contemporary retail theorist and futurist Doug Stephens and his concept that ‘technological advances in retail are destabilising traditional retail economics and ultimately what it means to the retail store’.

  • Image for the article One of Its Kind - Making a Difference to Indigenous Health
    04 Sep 2013

    One of Its Kind - Making a Difference to Indigenous Health

    The recently completed Southern Queensland Centre of Excellence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Primary Health Care is the brain child of Associate Professor Noel Hayman and his team. Designed by Hames Sharley, the centre plays an important role in providing mainstream health services to Indigenous Australians and a place for the community and healing.

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    02 Sep 2013

    "Challenging the Mold" Debate

    Hames Sharley is an event sponsor for the upcoming Property Leaders Brisbane debate on “Challenging the Mold”. Leading industry specialists including Hames Sharley’s Director, Michelle Cramer will present their views on residential design, market drivers behind developments and challenges to creating and delivering well-designed and distinctive neighbourhoods.

  • Image for the article Ian Stanger Talks About Perth's Light Rail Network
    30 Aug 2013

    Ian Stanger Talks About Perth's Light Rail Network

    The new system will change the face of transport in Perth and will have important implications for property development and investment. The Property Council’s October breakfast updated business's that would be impacted by the new system and the proposed route.

  • Image for the article Going Digitally Native
    28 Aug 2013

    Going Digitally Native

    Recently featured in August’s Shopping Centre News magazine (Vol 31, number 3), Director and National Portfolio Leader of Urban Development, Michelle Cramer discusses what it means to be “digitally native,” a term coined by Marc Prensky to describe people who have grown up in the digital world using technology as a way of life in order to communicate, record, education and understand society.

  • Image for the article Hames Sharley Featured in Australian Healthcare Design Publication
    16 Jul 2013

    Hames Sharley Featured in Australian Healthcare Design Publication

    The publication was distributed to delegates during the Design and Health 9th World Congress and Exhibition held this year in Brisbane (July 10-14th July). Warren discusses the development of Australia’s hospital system over the past 200 years and how it has become an integrated system focused on patient-centred care and supported by a knowledge-based industry at the leading edge of design innovation.

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