Mamre Anglican School

Mamre Anglican School in Sydney

Design: Candalepas Associates, architects

Mamre Anglican School is a low fee paying private school in a lower socio-economic area of western sydney. At the beginning of the design process the school was growing in numbers and provided education up to year 10.

Gordons Bay House in Coogee

Gordon’s Bay House in Coogee

Design: Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

This 6-bedroom New South Wales waterfront property is spread over 3 levels. The social spaces in the house are elevated – living, kitchen and dining – whilst the lower level’s private spaces open onto the garden and sea view.

House Annandale

House Annandale in Sydney

Design: Day Bukh Architects

Day Bukh Architects believe that a green home’s success can be determined as a measure of receptiveness and contribution to its local and wider environment.

T1 North Lobby

T1 North Lobby in Sydney

Architect : Rogers, Stirk, Harbour, and Partners

Working on top of ARUP’s structural steel frame, AR-MA worked with ARC Roofing to design, fabricate, assemble, and install, the roof modules, finished with flat-lock zinc panel, within exceptionally tight tolerances.

Sydney 2017 Vivid Festival | www.e-architect.co.uk

Sydney 2017 Vivid Festival

As part of Australia’s largest annual light festival, The Buchan Group has created, re/FRACTION – an installation that shoots glittering, refracted light across Martin Place’s landmark Lloyd Rees water fountain during Sydney’s 2017 Vivid festival.

International House

International House in Barangaroo

Design: Tzannes architects

Construction of Australia’s first, and currently the world’s tallest engineered timber commercial building, International House Sydney, is now complete at Barangaroo South in Sydney and the building is preparing to welcome its new commercial and retail tenants.

Queens Park House

Queens Park House in Sydney

Design: Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

The clients approached us to design a new home in a heritage conservation area in Sydney’s East. The challenge then lay in concealing a large and contemporary two storey home behind part of a single storey federation frontage.

Grosvenor Place

Grosvenor Place in Sydney

Architect : Harry Seidler & Associates

The façade, which sweeps the expanse of the new development at 225 George Street, reflects the surrounding high rise buildings in its mirror surfaces, providing a marker for Seidler’s iconic building at street level.