A continuing story

Not every piece of furniture is from Ikea and need fall apart. The Ferguson chair is a well-loved piece of our office that’s feeling a little battered. It’s comfortable and...

Opening of the SJMC

The opening of the Sir John Monash Centre at Villers-Bretonneux was big news in the Picardie region. The Picard Courier, the local daily newspaper, interviewed Tim Williams who was the...

The value of a heritage professional

A few months ago, Hector Abrahams Architects were approached by a client who had found a wonderful building that she wanted to purchase and convert into her home. An abandoned...

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...

Bathurst sojourn

Last weekend Hector travelled across the Blue Mountains to attend the 2017 Bathurst Macquarie Heritage Medal Awards, having represented the Australian Institute of Architects on the awards jury. The Bathurst...

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...

Greenway Masterpiece

At HAA we love old buildings, so we are enjoying the opportunity to work on one of Australia’s early, and still functioning, churches. The elegant St Luke’s Anglican Church at...

Perfect properties from the past

Hector Abrahams was quoted in the lead story in last weekend’s Domain section of the Sydney Morning Herald. The article looked at why we love homes with history and Hector spoke about...