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Check Out Hhh Architects For Architectural Projects At Gold Coast

Since its formation on the Gold Coast 30 years ago, HHH architects have sought to develop a multi-disciplined office that has the ability and expertise to address any nature of complex design scenarios. The design capabilities and professional experience of the practice has developed a hierarchy of ideas about form, space and the environment.

Our architects work on projects across Corporate Commercial, Education and Childcare, Hospitality, Multi Residential, Residential, Retail, Retirement Health and Green Architecture.

Corporate Commercial

To produce buildings and interiors where people can work involves having an understanding of the intricate processes of the commercial world. The nature of the built environment can affect long term staff retention, office moral, communication between workers, and in turn profitability of the project and business. At HHH, Gold Coast’s leading Architects, we listen to our client’s requirements and apply their project brief within a commercial framework to produce innovative and functional solutions.

Residential

When making spaces for people to live, the priority of the practice is to design for a long term pleasure in use. We believe that this involves providing places for people that offer the opportunity to connect with the immediate and greater landscape.

On the Gold Coast, lifestyle is very important and our clients love to enjoy the range of environments the Gold Coast provides. From waterfront living, golf course or canal living, acreage property to high rise apartment living, our architects can work closely with you to create the lifestyle that you want to live.

Retirement Health

HHH have applied their skill base to provide stimulating and nurturing environments for retirement and healthcare. Our experience in this area of architecture has lead to many successful projects throughout Queensland and New South Wales. Our clients have benefited from our knowledge level in all aspects of the design process from planning approval through to the built form.

Green Architecture

Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) is more than a popular catchphrase here at HHH. We support the need for sustainable development and with the capability of delivering buildings with a high environmental performance we are well placed in the industry to achieve those goals. ESD is applicable to all aspects of the design process and is a high priority. We work towards producing buildings with the best sustainable result possible.

Our environmentally-conscious design techniques implement our leading edge skills in architectural design. Sustainable architecture is built around the larger areas of sustainability and economics. In the broad sense, sustainable architecture seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by enhancing efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space.

Even though we are Gold Coast Architects, we work closely with clients both nationally and internationally on local and other projects. Our extensive knowledge of Gold Coast architecture, local planning processes and the environment, will help us to help your project to succeed.

Australian Architects

Whenever you see a building in the Central Business District of Sydney, all of it are designed by architects some local and foreign. Architects are those who have been educated for this field and are licensed on planning as well as designing the buildings. Safety in the structure is essential to an architect’s work, so they are needed to undertake an advanced education and an internship for them to provide the requirements on having a license for architecture.

The first Australian architects were the Indigenous Australians. Australian Architecture was more or less inspired by the progress in England in the 19th century, and by the 1930s other influenced came like Americans. Though adapting these foreign architectures, they still thrive to add a little taste of their own culture. There are many aspiring architects in

Australia who work to earn a name in the industry.

One of the most distinguished and famous Australian Architects is Glenn Murcutt. He has achieved and built many buildings such as the Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Art Centre in the New South Wales state, Bowali Visitor Information Centre in the Northen Territory, and many more. He has also won many awards including the recent AIA Gold Medal Award in 2009.

Philip Cox is another famous architect for the number of works he has done like the Sydney Football Stadium, various buildings used for the Sydney Olympics, and also the Flinders Park tennis centre in Melbourne. He later received an inaugural award for sport and architecture from the International Olympic Committee. He is also the founder of one of the leading architectural practice in Australia which is the COX Architects and Planners.

Considered to be one of the foremost advocates of the methodology of modernism in Australian Architects is Harry Seidler. He has built over 180 buildings in Australia as well as all over the world with works like the Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre in Sydney or the

Embassy of Australia in Paris, France. He is also the first architect to fully introduce the philosophies of Bauhaus in the continent. Amidst his various comments and designs that have enthused noteworthy controversies, he is still respected for many of his works.

A leading in the late 20th century modern style Architecture is Alex Popov. Born from Russian Parents, he moved to Sydney at the age of twelve. Has studied at Newton College and the University of Sydney, went to finish in Denmark and came back in 1983 as a licensed architect. Two of his Key works are the Griffin House in Castlecrag, and Rockpool in Mona Vale. In 2005, he has received the RAIA Robin Boyd Award Commendation.

Nonda Katsalidis in an Australian Architects known for his high-rise tower designs including the recently built Eureka Tower in Melbourne on 2007. Graduated in the University of Melbourne, he is now a commercial architect and most of his works are situated in Melbourne which is widely known by people like the Republic Tower in Corner Queen and Latrobe St.