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NEXTDC P2 receives top award at Excellence in Construction Awards

NEXTDC P2 has earned the top award at the Master Builders-Bankwest Excellence in Construction Awards for Best Project.

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Iconic Scarborough

Set in the heart of Perth’s most popular coastal suburbs, Iconic Scarborough is setting a new standard for residential development and giving back to the local community. Positioned on the…

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City Shapers Podcast: Flexibility and the demand for mixed-use developments

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.

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If you build it, they will rent

It’s only a matter of time before Build to Rent makes its mark on Australian residential development. But what will that mean for the design process?

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Marrickville Metro

A vibrant new destination for the Inner-West Praised for its rich and diverse culture, a strong community focus and a creative spirit, Marrickville and its surrounding suburbs represent one of…

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ARUP Workplace Interiors

Due to unexpected growth, ARUP required an expansion office with significant programme pressure and against a procurement environment increasingly disrupted by bushfires, the TOLL hack and COVID-19. The company took…

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Inclusivity in the design and planning of change facilities

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.

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Taking stock – how Australian retail has adapted to the pandemic

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).

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National design firm celebrates the ‘Fellows of Hames Sharley’

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.

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Scotch College Wellbeing and Sports Centre aiming for Core Certification

Ahead of its completion in mid-2022, Scotch College Wellbeing and Sports Centre in South Australia aims to be the first school in Australia to complete LBC Certification at any level.

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Reconciliation through design

How incorporating Indigenous history and culture can enrich the built environment

The key role of any designer requires a critical analysis of place and a fundamental understanding of its cultural, environmental and spiritual context.

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OneOneFive Hamilton Hill

Hames Sharley part of Development WA team that delivers innovative residential estate at OneOneFive Hamilton Hill

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Hames Sharley named largest architecture firm in WA for the third year in a row

Hames Sharley has been named the largest architecture firm in WA for a third consecutive year, according to Business News.

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Dive into the creative world of retail design with Senior Interior Designer, Rebecca Antos

This morning we chat with interior designer Rebecca Antos, who has recently relocated from Perth to our Melbourne studio and is about to celebrate four years working with Hames Sharley.

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Hames Sharley’s Perth studio appoints two new Senior Interior Designers

Hames Sharley has announced two senior interior designer appointments.

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Anniversary Upgrade

The TL Robertson Library renovation in Perth will present a brighter, more accessible space for students and the community.

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New Senior Associate and Associate promotions for Hames Sharley

We are excited to announce a string of promotions this week, as four people have been promoted to Senior Associates, and we welcome another four new Associates to the leadership team.

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Three keys to thriving centres in a post-pandemic world

Opportunities for people to connect have been limited since work, school, holidays, and all other usual activities ground to a halt over the past year, write Hames Sharley’s Rebecca Spencer and Harold Perks.

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Picnic Point High School upgrade

Picnic Point High School (PPHS) is a government high school located in the Picnic Point, New South Wales suburb. The redevelopment project, which involves the refurbishment of some existing buildings…

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TL Robertson Library Curtin University

Hames Sharley is partnering with Danish design firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen to transform the existing Curtin University Library in Perth. At the centre of Western Australia’s largest university, the landmark…

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Camden Park Community and Affordable Housing

With thousands of South Australians directly impacted by the rental crisis, building high quality, well designed and placed properties supported by Government grants incentivising the economy is crucial. Together with…

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Casuarina Shopping Centre

A first in Australia, the redevelopment of Casuarina Square is a new take on the traditional retail design which is experimental, unique, and collaborative in its approach. Drawing inspiration from…

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NEXTDC Data Centre – P2 Perth

Data centres represent a very utilitarian aspect of the built environment, and yet they compose a particular kind of infrastructure within contemporary society, one where form must follow function. Hames…

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A space only an architect could love: New life for shabby Perth landmark

A major international planning, design and architecture firm is moving its 80-strong workforce into a high-profile derelict site in Perth’s Hay Street Mall in a vote of confidence for the lacklustre precinct.