Conserving the Dunbar anchor

Congratulations to our friends at the Camperdown Cemetery Trust for their successful grant application for Essential conservation works to the Ship’s anchor within the Dunbar Tomb and Precinct.  It is 160...

Grant for Camperdown Cemetery

Congratulations to the Camperdown Cemetery Trust for their successful application for a Major Works grant from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. The grant is to be used for...

Grave Reflections

One of HAA’s long term projects and favourite places, the Camperdown Cemetery, is a venue for the 2016 Sydney Biennale, featuring Fade Away, Fade Away, Fade Away by Bo Christian...

HAA Highly Commended at the Marrickville Medal

HAA has received the Highly Commended award in the 2015 Marrickville Medal for “in depth, diligent and thoughtful” conservation work at Camperdown Cemetery. The long term project sees small scale conservation...

A new year, a new roof

A good roof is an essential item to keep a building in good condition; that is one reason Hector Abrahams Architects keep doing this work. The other reason is that...

Before and after: conserving a major tomb in Camperdown Cemetery

A large, historic vault belonging to William and Mary Brown in Camperdown Cemetery has been conserved with the help of HAA’s consultation. HAA provided advice on how to approach the project, including...

Heritage grants announced for two major projects in 2014

The valuable heritage grants issued by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage have been announced, and two HAA projects have been successful in their applications. HAA were instrumental in...

St Stephen's Newtown named one of Sydney's best buildings

Architecture critic Elizabeth Farrelly has named St Stephen’s Newtown one of Sydney’s top 5 buildings. Hector has a long standing position as the architect for Edmund Blacket’s Gothic Revival church,...