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Nestling against a backdrop of white gums, this building reproduces the natural environment in its facade, forms and finishes.
Sophisticated and functional with a contemporary edge, King & Wood Malleson’s new office space is representative of the law firm’s rapidly advancing global presence.
Located in a prominent position at the gateway to Perth’s domestic airport, this five-storey commercial office development is in perfect sync with its surrounds.
Bos Architects reaffirm their position as change-of-use and consulting-room experts in this recent transformation of a Subiaco office.
The government is ensuring WA remains the ‘engine room’ of the nation’s economy, with around $150 billion worth of projects on the horizon. It’s a rapid development that proves the state’s dedication to sustained long-term growth, and will cement its global presence.
From Japan to Spain, these awe-inspiring international projects raise the design bar.
This mixed-use proposal for 108 Stirling Street seeks to provide an elegant and urbane addition to a rapidly changing inner-city precinct.
Cameron Chisholm Nicol’s recent project, Mika, reflects an increasing demand for choice and diversity in residential design.
Fremantle’s iconic Dalgety Wool Stores are brought back to life in this exciting multi-residential project.
Maintaining a relaxing atmosphere for guests was a key focus in this hotel renovation.
The exterior facade of Northbridge’s trendy new boutique hotel will last the test of time, thanks to the team at Anodisers WA.
Instead of blending in with the heavy flow of foot traffic, Karrinyup Shopping Centre’s information kiosk stands out, with its striking black-and-white frontage, clean lines and soft finishes.
Company directors and designers Michael Del Borrello and Hamish Cockburn had a clear vision for the new Midland Brick Display Centre, and the results are stunning.
Working closely with the Caesarstone marketing team to exacting standards enabled Michael & Hamish Design Studio to produce a project result that has won widespread acclaim.
Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and West Elm are right at home in Perth’s bustling shopping precinct, making a bold statement with their modern frontages and sleek fit-outs.
Having recently moved into new, larger premises in Wangara, West Coast Shopfitting wanted to create a working environment that offered a cool vibrant office space that reflected the company’s culture.
Set in the emerging Canning Bridge Special Precinct, this mixed-use proposal demonstrates McDonald Jones Architects’ superior flair for design and eye for detail.
With a focus on durability and an aesthetic connection to the surrounding landscape, Parry & Rosenthal Architects creates a unique structure with an important purpose.
Through clever design, this luxurious end-of-trip facility provides tenants of the Quadrant a level of comfort above and beyond other facilities.
SATEC’s contribution to sustainable technologies at Central Park will ensure it achieves the highest Green Star rating.
This favourite tourist precinct on Rottnest Island has undergone simple yet functional remedial works, with a focus on the area’s heritage.