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Another season of stone conservation

Another season of stone conservation

Posted by on 14, Dec 2017 in News | 0 comments

The annual stonework conservation program at St Andrew’s College has commenced . Always undertaken during the summer break, the long term maintenance schedule for works to the stone and roof  of the college’s older buildings was developed by Hector in 2003 and has continued to be overseen by Brianna Jessup over the past five years. As always,...

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Gender balance at HAA

Gender balance at HAA

Posted by on 1, Dec 2017 in News | 0 comments

Congratulations to HAA’s Yuan Lu who is now registered architect no. 10359! Our other registered architects are Hector, Brianna and David, so we are very pleased that with Yuan Lu’s registration, the gender balance of architects at HAA  has been achieved. Joining HAA in 2015 after graduating from the University of Tasmania the previous year,...

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Commemorating the armistice

Commemorating the armistice

Posted by on 10, Nov 2017 in News | 0 comments

An article about HAA’s labyrinth in Tumut is in this week’s Architecture & Design newsletter. The Tumut Community will remember Armistice Day tomorrow at the labyrinth where there will be a lantern walk at 10pm, corresponding with the actual time of the signing of the Armistice....

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Colourful Kitchenettes

Colourful Kitchenettes

Posted by on 10, Nov 2017 in News | 0 comments

HAA has been working with St John’s College at the University of Sydney to update and improve amenities for their students. The installation of some brightly coloured kitchenettes, featuring bespoke furniture designed by David Burdon, was recently completed. The new kitchenettes are proving to be very popular as places to sit and chat while cookies...

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Landscaping Excellence

Landscaping Excellence

Posted by on 3, Nov 2017 in News | 0 comments

At the recent LNA Master Landscapers Awards, the HAA designed Tumut Community Labyrinth for Peace received Silver in the Commercial & Civil Construction ($250,000-$750,000) category. Congratulations to Dan & Dan Landscaping and Mark Paine Landscaping for their superb craftsmanship in the building of this complicated and detailed structure. Some of...

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The Charles Bean School

Posted by on 27, Oct 2017 in News | 0 comments

Hector Abrahams Architects are honoured to be involved in another commemorative project in the Somme region of France. In collaboration with Mayoh Architects, HAA will be providing heritage input for the design of the Charles Bean School at Pozières. The school will be a ‘living legacy’, commemorating The Battle of Pozières which saw some of the greatest...

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