Western Australia – Radar Headlines – architecture
Spowers with Mitchell/Giurgola & Thorp won an invited competition for the Edith Cowan University Chancellery [much greater than] Spowers with Jones Coulter Young have completed new offices and 25 luxury apartments for the John Holland Group and the Heytesbury Gallery to house the Holmes a Court art collection. Meanwhile, John Holland is being considered for takeover by Leighton [much greater than] The Art Deco Coronado Hotel in Claremont is being converted into a medical centre [much greater than] Developers are being invited to tender for 45 ha in the Landcom canal-marina housing estate at Exmouth [much greater than] A new village of apartments and shops in being built around the Brownes Building at Charles and Albert Streets, North Perth [much greater than] Developers seem keen to lease and upgrade the hotel around the former Governor’s summer residence on Rottnest Island, built in 1864 [much greater than] An eight-storey, 30-unit apartment building is proposed for the former Chellingworth Motors site next to Mount Hospital [much greater than] There are opportunities for architects in a rationalisation of secondary schools to serve new demographics [much greater than] Bruce Callow has produced a preliminary scheme for a possible new building at the West Australian Art Gallery [much greater than] Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland has approval of its design for new Fremantle law courts.
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