In an effort to better understand commuter behaviour, Hames Sharley recently assessed its own employees’ commuter behaviours in response to the relocation of its new Perth studio. The research, conducted by Hames Sharley’s Emil E Jonescu, Stephen Moorcroft and Dean Symington, made a surprising conclusion – that a simple office relocation and change in mode of working has the potential to increase employee activity levels, ultimately improving health and wellbeing in the workplace.
The world is currently on the brink of irreversible damage due to climate change. At the 2019 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), it was noted that many vulnerable communities had already started to experience food insecurity and ecosystem crises, with the projected rise in global temperatures set to cause such significant environmental damage that it would displace an estimated 200 million global citizens by 2050. That’s less than thirty years away.
Today we are delighted to announce our latest line-up of promotions, celebrating our next generation of leaders for their dedication and the insight they offer. Among the cohort are leaders in sustainability, champions for diversity, and mentors for those around them. Each promotion aligns with Hames Sharley’s vision for future thinking, positioning the practice for continued growth and success.
Western Australia will be home to a landmark $750 million Comprehensive Cancer Centre, with the Prime Minister recently announcing that half of the funding will be provided by the Federal Government.
Q&A with Katherine Grez – Senior Architectural Technician and BIM Bureau Team Leader
Design firm Hames Sharley to offer paid leave for mental health, menstruation and menopause amongst suite of progressive new workplace policies. It also announces ambitious diversity target to achieve a minimum of 40% female representation across the entire organisation.
Supermarket marks first phase of a multi-stage development amid Airport West retail expansion.
In the year of accelerated change, Hames Sharley has forged ahead, continuing its national expansion and ongoing diversification in the built environment.
Hames Sharley has appointed Gavin Kain as director and Cross-Portfolio Design Lead, to further strengthen the multi-disciplinary practice’s leadership in 2022 and beyond.
Following an extensive risk assessment and consultation through surveying our team, Hames Sharley received an overwhelming amount of support to implement a Covid-19 Vaccination Policy.
Australian design practice Hames Sharley today announced the appointment of Andrew Tang-Smith as Principal.
Hames Sharley has reaffirmed its position as one of Australia's leading multidisciplinary practices. The announcement of ambitious equity targets and the promotion of four new Directors and an Associate Director bolster their team as they anticipate a bright and exciting future.
The world-class infrastructure delivered by Hames Sharley, in partnership with Urbis and City of Perth has been named Best Commercial Property in the WA Property Council Awards.
Christian Gerdes joins Hames Sharley’s Melbourne studio, with Toby Hitzman joining the Perth team
Meet Liana Kantilaftas, Hames Sharley’s newly appointed Senior Interior Designer who is helping lead Adelaide’s interior team.
Why are offices embracing domestic design? Louisa Glennon and Stephen Moorcroft answer the question for Facility Perspectives in their latest article: Bringing home into the workplace.
Congratulations to Kane Constructions for their recent win at the Sunshine Coast 2021 Housing and Construction Master Builders Awards for SunCentral Automated Waste Collection System (AWCS) in the Excellence in Construction for Community Service Facilities award category.
Sometimes our worst experiences can be our best opportunity for growth. For Principal of People & Culture, Michael Wright, that was the case.
Michael shares his mental health journey in the hopes of encouraging ongoing conversations about everyday human struggles and how these experiences help us better understand our communities and each other.
Thanks to a global health crisis, Director and National Portfolio Leader for Education, Science & Research, James Edwards, was forced to stay in Western Australia and catch up on some rather overdue medical tests. Despite having no symptoms, In April 2020, James was diagnosed with high-grade prostate cancer.
Having lost a close friend to suicide, Alex Quin has experienced first-hand the devastating impact mental illness can have on a community. In a bid to honour his friend, Phil, Alex writes about the need to de-stigmatise mental illness, and how the simple art of conversation can help those suffering feel less isolated.
A $45 million office tower, designed by Hames Sharley and located in the heart of Joondalup, Western Australia, has been given the green light.
With over 20 years of experience as a project leader and design manager, Luciano joins Hames Sharley with an extensive background of complex architectural and engineering projects across multiple portfolios.
From the centre of London, to the centre of Perth, Project Leader Martin Bradbury has joined the Western Australian Studio of growing national design firm Hames Sharley.
NEXTDC P2 has earned the top award at the Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards for Best Project.
How can we continue to create better mixed-use developments for our communities? In this episode, Adam Di Marco speaks with Hames Sharley’s Director & Urban Development Portfolio Leader, Chris Maher and Principal & New South Wales Studio Leader Dustin Brade.
Discussions around gender inequality are commonplace. From closing the gender pay gap and promoting more women into senior management positions, to supporting female athletes, historical gender imbalances are being rectified by addressing largely unconscious bias.
Compared to many nations, Australia has weathered the COVID-19 outbreak relatively well. While others still languish in lockdown, most of us have returned to something approaching normal life (snap restrictions to stamp on localised outbreaks excepted).
Hames Sharley has paid tribute to four leaders from its past, with the national design firm keen to recognise the value of their combined 120-year professional contribution to the practice.