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A library by another name …

A library by another name …

Posted by on 10, Aug 2018 in News | 0 comments

Hector Abrahams Architects became involved at St John’s College at The University of Sydney when they needed a new master plan. Working in collaboration with Cox Architecture, HAA was able to use our understanding of old buildings and our college experience to achieve the desired outcomes for better facilities for their students. The college identified...

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The changing face of Reid House

The changing face of Reid House

Posted by on 15, Jun 2018 in News | 0 comments

Our long planned work on Reid House located in King Street in the Sydney CBD has commenced! Hector Abrahams Architects have designed a new entry foyer for the offices with a new awning and shopfronts at street level using a process of discovery, restoration and new design. Reid House is an 11 storey structure built originally as a warehouse and converted...

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Leichhardt Town Hall restoration

Leichhardt Town Hall restoration

Posted by on 1, Jun 2018 in News | 0 comments

Hector Abrahams Architects are overseeing restoration works to the exterior of the Leichhardt Town Hall, built in 1888. Located on the corner of Marion and Norton Streets, any changes to the well-known landmark is of local interest, so this week’s Inner West Courier features an interview with Hector about the soon to commence works. A new colour...

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From without and within

From without and within

Posted by on 10, May 2018 in News | 0 comments

As one part of major works being undertaken by Hector Abrahams Architects for St John’s College at The University of Sydney, new dormer windows have been created on the roof of the Polding Wing. The dormers are providing additional bedrooms for student accommodation within the roof space of the building. Looking out, the occupants will be able to enjoy...

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Opening of the SJMC

Opening of the SJMC

Posted by on 10, May 2018 in News | 0 comments

The opening of the Sir John Monash Centre at Villers-Bretonneux was big news in the Picardie region. The Picard Courier, the local daily newspaper, interviewed Tim Williams who was the site architect for the project. The new interpretive centre design was a collaboration between Cox Architecture, Tim Williams Architects and Hector Abrahams Architects,...

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