Hector Abrahams Architects

At HAA we believe that old buildings have to be understood, kept well and made liveable and workable for people in today’s world. We design our additions and new buildings to engage seamlessly with their surroundings. We want our work to be enjoyed by the people using the buildings as homes, work places, worship spaces, or shared environments. We embrace new approaches and ideas, at the same time remaining committed to using skilled trades people who understand and appreciate traditional methods and materials. Client relationships are the key to achieving good outcomes and we aim to provide clients with beautiful spaces that are a pleasure to occupy. We believe that working collaboratively with clients and other professionals will achieve the best resolution for the relationship between existing structures and new developments.

Projects

  • BLACKLINE HOUSE

    BLACKLINE HOUSE

    The renovation of a tiny terrace by Hector Abrahams Architects was inspired by the client’s collection of professional B&W photographs with thin black frames. The house is an exhibition of spaces: e

  • TUMUT LABYRINTH

    TUMUT LABYRINTH

    Accessibility and local materials, Armistice Day history and astronomy are the key elements of the new site-specific Tumut Community Labyrinth for Peace, designed by Hector Abrahams Architects (HAA),

  • SYDNEY PUMPING STATION

    SYDNEY PUMPING STATION

    It's over 115 years old and it still pumps Sydney’s … sewerage. And now Sydney’s No. 1 Sewerage Pumping Station could be an elegant space for meeting or eating thanks to adaptation and restoration wor

  • SYDNEY SEMI

    SYDNEY SEMI

    A c. 1910 classic semi-detached house was reshaped internally to provide for a family of parents and adult children wanting to live in the same space. Downsizing is a common issue for mature couples

  • THE GARRISON CHURCH SYDNEY

    THE GARRISON CHURCH SYDNEY

    HAA has developed a site master plan for a state heritage listed inner city church as it grows its ministry. New lighting and sound systems have been installed and the chancel extended for modern requ