A front door worth having

We’re currently involved in a project which has just repaired and accommodated an antique door into a new setting, by crafting a new but traditional frame. The door dates back...

Preservation Conference in NYC

This October the Association for Preservation Technology International will host its Preserving the Metropolis Conference in New York City. Hector will be attending with particular interest in the sessions on...

Australian Timber Design Awards: People's Choice

We’ve entered the Timber Posted Verandah, Manly into this year’s Australian Timber Design Awards. This elegant all-timber structure transformed a neglected set of shops in this seaside suburb. Why not visit...

Stepping up

The highpoint of stair building craft is a geometric stair. HAA has recently designed one of these masterpieces for an addition to an old country house. For the uninitiated, a...

A helicopter delivery

A project in construction on Sydney Harbour recently needed a helicopter to deliver five sets of sliding double-glazed doors to the site. The doors are part of an alteration and upgrade of a unit...

A new entrance

HAA is currently involved in important changes to an 1856 colonial villa in Double Bay. It is one of only a few colonial houses in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs to have...

An exhibition

Emilio Cresciani, HAA’s photographer, has just opened an exhibition in the Huw Davies Gallery at PhotoAccess in Canberra. A recent graduate of Sydney College of the Arts, Cresciani was a...

Guest lecture at the University of Sydney

In this year’s first tertiary semester, Hector presented a guest lecture at the University of Sydney as part of their Masters of Conservation program. The lecture was called Reading the...

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