18 Feb 2020
Continuing our strong working relationship with ISPT, Hames Sharley have designed and delivered a high-profile, world-class, inner-city redevelopment that as transformed the Perth CBD. Working closely alongside both ISPT (owners of Forrest Chase), City Central and the City of Perth (owners of Padbury Walk) the design team navigated complex planning issues, building code changes, fluctuating markets and complex construction issues. Hames Sharley was engaged from the early concept phase through to design development and novated to complete the building with builders, Lendlease.
11 Feb 2020
Hames Sharley has designed the Australian National Phenome Centre, located within the research and education precinct of Perth’s Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH). Hames Sharley designed the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research at FSH which was completed in 2013 and were invited to return to the building to reimagine an existing laboratory — to be operated by Murdoch University as home to the Australian National Phenome Centre (ANPC).
04 Feb 2020
Leadership opportunities afforded to a youthful group in architecture and urban development is empowering the younger generation ¬- resulting in inspiration and drive at an increased level says Hames Sharley NSW Studio Leader, Dustin Brade.
21 Jan 2020
2019 saw the inception of the Hames Sharley National Sustainability Forum. Comprised of a group of passionate, multi-disciplinary professionals tasked with identifying and developing ongoing initiatives and knowledge on sustainable design and practice. The NSF representatives are based across all six national studios and hold a monthly national forum meeting to gather, create and share knowledge on sustainability - keeping awareness of important issues.
07 Jan 2020
In some very exciting news, Hames Sharley has been recognised by UK-based Building Design magazine as one of the leading architectural practices in the world.
18 Dec 2019
In the interests of holding ourselves accountable, we want to share the results from our inaugural Inclusion and Diversity survey. These results will help our internal Champions for Change group to form recommendations for how Hames Sharley can continue to evolve in the areas of Inclusion, Diversity and Creative Well-being. We are excited to continue to share the results of this fantastic initiative over time.
09 Dec 2019
Brisbane-based architect Ann-Maree Ruffles is Hames Sharley’s new Studio Leader in Queensland. With a plethora of design experience across residential, health and master planning projects, Ann-Maree brings more than 25 years’ experience to her new role.
02 Dec 2019
Hames Sharley was the recipient of two commendations for design innovation and creativity at the recent awards for the Design Institute of Australia’s WA Chapter.
21 Nov 2019
AMP Capital have announced the opening of the first section of the new-look Fashion Loop at Western Australia’s Karrinyup Shopping Centre, with the first stores opening on Thursday, 21st November.
08 Nov 2019
Hames Sharley’s Principal of Planning and Urban Design, Nicholas Temov, has been named Planner of the Year 2019 by the Western Australian chapter of the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA).