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POSTED December 10, 2016

Three key members of the CHT Team were recognised for their unique contribution and expertise earlier this month when Director, David Carabott, announced their new role as Associate Directors. Bruce Ratcliffe, Associate Director – Seniors Living; Josh McAlister, Associate Director – Business Development and Communities; Mark Spraggon, Associate Director – Major Projects. Congratulations to these …

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POSTED May 19, 2016

Michael Spencer comes to us this month with over 12 years industry experience and 8 years teaching Revit at RMIT. Welcome to the team, Michael, we are all very keen to learn the latest techniques and Revit shortcuts from you!

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POSTED March 19, 2016

Originally built in 1871, the Bundoora campus for Parade College is steeped in history and tradition. So when we began our design development for the new wing we recognised the importance of honouring that heritage while also making modern references that would continue to inspire students and staff for years to …

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POSTED October 28, 2015

CHT Architects welcomed new HR Manager, Kyoko Boyce to the growing team at the beginning of October. Joining us with over 10 years experience in recruitment and HR, Kyoko is a valuable asset to the firm as it continues to expand in the coming years. We look forward to working with Kyoko …

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POSTED July 7, 2015

CHT Architects integrated community project with Baptcare in Norlane has recently been awarded support from the Government, seeing instrumental funding for the Norlane project. In conjunction with the National Stronger Regions Fund Allocation, it was announced that the Norlane project would receive invaluable support from the government – an initiative …

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POSTED May 19, 2015

Thanks to Design Matters Victoria, The City of Yarra and South of Johnston for putting together a great event on ‘Designing the ‘Local’: Cafes as the Modern Living Room’ panel discussion for the 2015 Melbourne International Design Week – of which CHT Architects Director, David Carabott was a guest speaker. …

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POSTED May 7, 2015

We are pleased to welcome our second Design Manager to the practice. Mark Spraggon joins us with extensive experience working in design management both in Australia and the U.K. His key areas of work and expertise lie in multi-residential, community, sporting, education and workplace sectors with a real passion for …

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POSTED April 27, 2015

The 2015 Innovation & Excellence Awards organised by the Property Council of Australia will be announced on Friday the 1st of May at the Gala Awards Dinner, held at the Star Event Centre in Sydney. CHT Architect’s Austex Industrial Fabrics Warehouse has been shortlisted as a finalist for the ‘LJ …

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POSTED April 17, 2015

CHT Architects are proud sponsors of the 2015 Baptcare and CHT Architects Charity Golf Day. It is with great pleasure that we are a part of the event, having worked with Baptcare on numerous projects throughout Victoria. The Charity Golf Day is not only a relaxed, fun and enjoyable opportunity …

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POSTED December 9, 2014

CHT Architects welcomes their new Design Manager, Joshua Mcalister, who started with the firm in November 2014. With a Bachelor of Architecture (Honours), a Bachelor of Built Environmental Design and a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Joshua brings extensive experience, creativity, resourceful ideas and guidance to CHT. Joshua is experienced in …

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POSTED May 20, 2013

CHT Architects’ The Maze Apartments has been officially shortlisted in the ‘Residential – Multiple’ category of the 2013 Victorian Architecture Awards. The Maze is competing against 12 other buildings designed by some of Australia’s most highly regarded architecture firms. All entries will be on display at Pin-Up Project Space (15-25 …

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POSTED April 16, 2013

CHT Architects takes its commitment to environmentally sustainable design seriously. To this end, the firm has recently installed 30 solar panels onto the roof of its building in Collingwood. These panels will provide up to 10kw per hour of power generation, which, it is hoped, will fulfil 50 to 60 …

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POSTED November 5, 2012

CHT Architects has moved from its former premises on Wellington Street into a 19th century red brick-and-bluestone building at 44 Oxford Street, Collingwood. The practice, which acquired the building last year, undertook the full refurbishment and interior fitout of the space, while remaining true to the building’s heritage and preserving …

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POSTED September 1, 2012

CHT Architects’ residential project in Pearcedale Parade, Broadmeadows, is challenging traditional attitudes towards community housing. Designed for Yarra Community Housing, the development offers affordable housing for different user groups, including single men, single women and families. While each zone is clearly demarcated, they are also linked to form a large …

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