Alongside Essence Claremont, nominated for the High-Density Development award at the upcoming UDIA Awards for Excellence in February, Rebecca Spencer and Naden Scarfone from Hames Sharley’s Urban Development team have been shortlisted for their respective individual award categories.
We are delighted to announce Andrew Mailler as the new Principal of Finance for the national practice.
With the exciting move to the Perth CBD nearing closer for Hames Sharley, lead designer Jessika Hames gives insight into the key moves and design principles of the redevelopment and how this concept will help revitalise the future of Perth City.
Hames Sharley is proud to have seven employees across its National studios selected for several Property Council of Australia (PCA) committees in 2021.
With population movement and tourism affected by the global pandemic, growth in the architecture and building sectors has slowed to match. Is now the time for architects to steer towards a more sustainable approach to the built environment?
Khoa Do of Curtin University partners with multi-disciplinary practice, Hames Sharley - bridging the gap between academia and the private sector.
Sets industry benchmark with 18 weeks’ paid leave, 12 months’ superannuation and ongoing professional development and training
Graduate of Architecture, Madeleine Steele, who is based in our Adelaide Studio has been awarded The Emerging Leader Award with NAWIC SA for 2020.
In our commitment to National NAIDOC Week for 2020 and the three pillars of reconciliation – relationships, respect and opportunities, Hames Sharley attended the smoking ceremony of its new Perth Studio, located on Hay Street Mall in the CBD.
Often referred to as the “missing middle”, well-designed medium-density housing is undersupplied in the suburbs of Australia’s capital cities. With the recent announcement by the Western Australian Government on the draft Design WA Medium Density policy, it is timely Hames Sharley reflects on one such endeavour which certainly exceeds all future expectations…
Recently, we sat down with Grace Stokes and Simone Farrall of Hames Sharley to discuss the revamped parental leave package and how these industry-leading changes will directly impact the new addition to their families and their careers. Here’s what they had to say.
National design firm Hames Sharley cements future growth and vision in an opportunistic move to Perth CBD.
For R U OK? Day in 2020, the Hames Sharley team continued its meaningful conversations and empowered each other to connect across the six studios nationally.
The lines between work and play are blurred as newer developments boast a diverse mix of residential, retail, commercial and entertainment spaces all in the one area. This new style of mixed-use design is increasingly being embraced for new developments across Australia, in the city centres and suburbs alike.
The draft Master Plan, developed by Hames Sharley in conjunction with the project team, has just been released for public feedback.
If ever there has been a stand-out in the retail environment due to recent circumstances; by observation it can be viewed two-fold; a greater uptake in online retail, and the resilience of convenience-based bricks and mortar. This is not necessarily a reflection of the entire retail landscape but more an observation of two performers in retail that have the potential to drive innovation within developments moving into the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic has meant big changes to the ways we interact with each other as a society. Now, with Australia slowly emerging from lockdowns and restrictions, we’re faced with the prospect of returning to normal again. But when it comes to architecture and urban design, what will normal mean? Can it really be business as usual?
As the country ends lockdown and stores begin to re-open, how will retail reshape itself amidst the possibility of ongoing social distancing requirements? What impact will this have on landlords when it comes to planning and managing space? And how will new developments adjust their plans to suit?