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Paradigm Architects

From the Kimberley through to Esperance, Paradigm Architects is committed to producing vibrant and sustainable designs that reflect and nurture WA’s diverse environment.

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    Paradigm Architects was established in 2000 by Fiona Hogg to undertake research and promotion of environmentally and regionally responsive design throughout regional areas of Western Australia. Since then, the company has completed a wide variety of projects throughout WA, from the tropical north of the Kimberley to the Great Southern regions.

    Paradigm’s past and current projects vary from office fitouts in the Perth greater CBD and regionally; community halls and offices in the Perth Hills and Port Hedland; and residential projects throughout Australia.

    The company is committed to implementing the principles of responsible design, keenly pushing their designs to achieve the best possible outcome for clients and the community as a whole.

    In all projects, Paradigm continues ongoing research into passive thermal design, sustainable building technologies, waste water reuse/recycling, minimisation of energy usage and is committed to finding ways to minimise the impacts of building activity on site and within the wider environment. 

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