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...

Restoration Thanksgiving Service at Windsor

On Sunday the 19th of May, Hector visited a recently concluded project, the Windsor Uniting Church. The occasion was the Restoration Thanksgiving Service which was attended by the church’s congregation and...

Works at St Paul's College

If one were to take a stroll about the University of Sydney’s Camperdown campus in its current state, you would inevitably stumble upon a chasm where St Paul’s College is...

A new addition

Hector Abrahams Architects are pleased to welcome Darren Graham as the newest addition to the firm. Darren has worked with Hector in the past, notably on the project at the...

Camperdown Cemetery Conservation

Hector Abrahams Architects recently collaborated with James Ginter and Nicola Ashurst of Traditional Restoration Company and spent a lovely Saturday morning in the grounds of the Camperdown Cemetery. HAA had...

A Graduation

Hector Abrahams Architects are very proud to announce Brianna Jessup’s graduation from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Architecture on the 19th of April. The University is Australia’s oldest,...

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