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We’re so pleased to see our Ruckers Hill project featured on Dezeen. Check out the article and some of Paul’s quotable descriptions of the job here JamesYard0008

The team over at houzz did a lovely write up of our kitchen renovation in Ascot Vale.

Click on the images to have a look at the article!

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Senior Project Architect

Gardiner Architects believe in an architecture with integrity that inspires.
We are seeking an experienced architect who is looking to take their career to the next level in this established small practice.

With a collaborative environment and a commitment to professional development, this is a great opportunity to join a team that values people as well as their ideas.
The successful applicant would be expected to provide the range of architectural skills that are required to produce great design and building outcomes across a range of domestic, health and commercial projects.
They will have a strong design sense, an eye for detail, and good communication skills. Enthusiasm for ideas will be embraced in our studio and our strong practice systems will help bring them to fruition.

We are located in the heart of Fitzroy North.

Prospective Applicant’s are invited to download a copy of the position description from the following link: senior architect_position description_141012

Please submit your application, including a cover letter, to paul@gardinerarchitects.com.au

Paul Gardiner

Gardiner Architects

We’ve been busy producing a Feasibility Study + Sketch Design for an exciting new commercial project; Barrister Chambers in Melbourne. Some of our preliminary ideas are below.

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The Winter Issue of Sanctuary Magazine features a fabulous seven page article on our own Wallflower House.

https://www.gardinerarchitects.com.au/portfolio/wallflower-house/

http://www.sanctuarymagazine.org.au/

 

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Here’s a snippet of a job in Northcote which has just been finished. These photos, taken a little while ago, show the servery bench between the outdoor dinning area and the kitchen inside. The structure is integrated into the passive sun shading. The builder has done a great job, beautifully executed. (Builder: Make Make Constructions)

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