|Address||Level 2 / 1 Barrack Street
Sydney NSW 2000
|Phone||+61 292 997 959|
|Opening Hours||Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm|
ABN: 95 160 116 030
Nominated Architect: Hector Abrahams
Registration No: 5245
HAA collaborated with Cox Architecture to develop separate master plans for St John’s and St Paul’s Colleges at The University of Sydney. Both colleges had very important decisions to make...
A derelict homestead dating from the 1840s has been conserved, restored and extended to become a family home and the centre of a large pastoral enterprise. Located in a breathtaking...
HAA has developed a site master plan for a state heritage listed inner city church as it grows its ministry. New lighting and sound systems have been installed and the...
The Sir John Monash Centre at the Australian National Memorial (ANM) in France was commissioned by the Australian Government to commemorate the role of Australian forces in the Great War....
The Sir John Monash Centre (SJMC), at the Australian National Memorial in France, received two awards in the AIA’s International Chapter Architecture Awards this year.
A collaboration between Cox Architecture with Hector Abrahams Architects, Tim Williams Architects and Lampros Architects, SJMC received the Award for Heritage and the Award for Public Architecture.
Set unobtrusively behind the War Cemetery and Australian National Memorial, SMJC presents the role and contribution of Australian soldiers on the western front during World War 1. Research by HAA discovered plans of unbuilt paths for the Memorial which were part of the building works.