To celebrate the 50th Birthday of the Sydney Opera House some of the team immersed themselves in a tour of the iconic World Heritage Listed UNESCO masterpiece and discovered the many fascinating facts of its winding history. Bennelong Point, where The Sydney Opera House was built in 1973, was named after a senior Eora man named Woollarawarre Bennelong in 1788 during colonisation by the British. In the thousands of years prior, the land known as Tubowgule, was used by aboriginal peoples for ce... Read More

In our pursuit of providing quality, dignified housing for all, we are at the intersection of economics, social responsibility, and forward-thinking design. As Architects, we play an essential role in addressing the housing crisis and, to make a real impact, we must continue to think outside the box when designing affordable housing. To make meaningful impact, we must transcend conventional design paradigms and embrace innovative, sustainable, and community-centric approaches. The Affordable ... Read More

What an insightful night with Kerstin Thompson reflecting on the philosophies that have given each and every one of their projects purpose. The relationship to land and how you are inspired to integrate this into your projects is truly admirable. The balance within your projects like the Holocaust Museum, highlighting Life and Death through its design by using lightness and darkness, is a dignified response. Your design ethos to the more traditionally utilitarian type projects like the Clyde Par... Read More

Thank you Blaklash for unveiling the hidden stories of first nations peoples with the inspirational Dr Fiona Foley at your Unveiling Hidden Histories event. What an extraordinary platform to bring such crucial histories to the forefront for us all to better understand. Whilst there are atrocities behind Fiona\'s work, the way in which she retells these stories is truly inspiring. Our own connection with Fiona\'s works during the Watermarque Projects at Hamilton Reach inspired us to make our own ... Read More

It was great to work with Summer Housing recently on the design of  the apartments to accommodate people with disabilities.  The vision of Summer Housing is to increase the accessibility to secure and specialised accommodation,  within the general community and in particular through mainstream residential developments.   The Panorama Apartments have been designed to achieve Platinum level certification under Livable Housing High Physical Support or Fully Accessible design requirements under NDIS... Read More

The soil has been turned and commencement has started on the new facilities at Burpengary East for a luxury club house for the over 50\'s community at Freshwater, which has been developed by  Ingenia Communities.  This is the centrepiece of the community where Residents will enjoy the state-of-the-art facilities including a fully fitted out gymnasium, pool, alfresco BBQ area, luxury spa and lawn bowl area.  These well being facilities and break out spaces will create areas for dialogue, health a... Read More