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,...

Radio National Heritage Panel, Conference In New York

Hector is back from New York this week and has since joined a panel discussion on ABC Radio National. He was joined on By Design by Graham Grammie and Chris Legge-Wilkinson...

First Prize at the 2013 Hornsby Heritage Awards

A garden pavilion completed in 2012 has just been awarded first prize in this year’s Hornsby Heritage Awards. It came first in Category B, which is for designs in heritage areas...

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...

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...

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...

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