An elegant necessity

Handrails are one of those items that are not noticed when they exist but are very obvious when they don’t. Hector Abrahams Architects have designed a number of handrails to...

The face of time

The clock faces on the tower of the Leichhardt Town Hall have been surrounded by scaffolding for the painting and façade restoration work being overseen by Hector Abrahams Architects. Every...

The changing face of Reid House

Our long planned work on Reid House located in King Street in the Sydney CBD has commenced! Hector Abrahams Architects have designed a new entry foyer for the offices with...

From without and within

As one part of major works being undertaken by Hector Abrahams Architects for St John’s College at The University of Sydney, new dormer windows have been created on the roof...

Landscaping Excellence

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...

Wayne Mavin: Hero of a traditional trade

This is master joiner Wayne Mavin. The photo, titled Squaring the Wreath, received a Highly Commended in the Heroes of Traditional Trades Photo Competition awards announced this week. The annual competition is run...

Progress on the Sir John Monash Centre

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs website has posted an update on the work at the Sir John Monash Centre, currently underway at the Australian National Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux, France. It...

Slating them in the aisles

HAA love showing off the skills of the fabulous tradespeople who do the work on our projects. Here is some beautiful slating and roofing work currently being done at Holy Trinity...

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