Dunn & Hillam Architects

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    Dunn & Hillam Architects produce sophisticated, innovative and award-winning architecture for public buildings and places, private residences and like-minded commercial organisations and developers. We are known for our experience and management of construction, our value-adding solutions and our understanding of the complex and integrated processes of planning, designing and building. Our buildings derive their beauty from a strong response to context, site and climate, inspirational and clever spatial design and thoughtful construction and detailing. We value cross-disciplinary research, collaboration, evidence and experimentation in our design process. Dunn & Hillam Architects were established in 2001 and work on projects throughout Australia including the Northern Territory, the South Coast and Riverina areas of NSW. We are A+ members of the Australian Institute of Architects and are proud to be a certified B Corp. We are involved in teaching, advocacy and in the general culture of architecture and design and believe in architecture as an agent for positive change. Our clients include the Northern Territory Department of Infrastructure, the NSW Departments of Arts and Culture, Infrastructure and Justice, Junee Shire Council, Colliers International, National Parks and Wildlife, the RSPCA, Camden Council, Artspace, The City Recital Hall and Ngurratjuta/ Pmara Ntjarra Aboriginal Corporation as well as numerous residential and community organisation clients.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2001
    HQBotany, AU
    Websitedunnhillam.com.au

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    Dragon Skin House - Shortlisted for 2019 Houses Awards

    The Dragon Skin House has been shortlisted in the Houses under 200 m2 category of the 2019 Houses Awards. Congratulations to the other short-listed entries. Our project is featuring alongside the work of Peter Stutchbury Architecture, Casey Brown Architecture, Austin Maynard Architecture and Porter …

    Sydney Dance Company Rehearsal Studios - Shortlisted for 2019 NSW Architecture Awards

    We are proud to announce that Sydney Dance Company Rehearsal Studios has been shortlisted in the Interior Architecture category of the 2019 NSW Architecture Awards. Congratulations to the other short-listed entries. Our project is featuring alongside the fine work of Tzannes, Neeson Murcutt Architec…

    Short Lane Review by Lee Hillam

    Our director Lee Hillam, has written a review of Woods Bagot's Short Lane residential and retail building in this months issue of Architecture Australia."As Sydney pursued a public conversation about brutalist architecture, a new building in Surry Hills was making its mark. This mixed-use project ex…

    Camden Amenities: Full Steam Ahead

    Dunn & Hillam have been working with Camden Council to design a new amenities building to sit within the historic Curry Reserve. The park is to accomodate a new inclusive water play facility, and our amenities building will play a vital role in the success of the park as a whole. We have just fi…

    Lismore Regional Gallery Review by Ashley Dunn

    "In the regional city of Lismore in northern New South Wales, Dominic Finlay Jones Architects in association with Phil Ward has paired a modest, thoughtful intervention with community-minded thinking to design a thoroughly successful civic space." --- Ashley DunnDirector Ashley Dunn has written a re…

    Dunn & Hillam Architects featured in Houzz magazine

    Dunn & Hillam Architects were featured in Houzz magazine - room of the week. A kitchen/dining room with a strong connection to the garden, made using recycled/reused materials help to create a relaxed vibe.   Read more here:https://www.houzz.com.au/ideabooks/111019808/list/room-of-the-week-a-recycled-kitchen-that-connects-to-nature…

    Dunn & Hillam Architects Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Dunn & Hillam Architects founded?

      Dunn & Hillam Architects was founded in 2001.

    • How many employees does Dunn & Hillam Architects have?

      Dunn & Hillam Architects has 6 employees.

    • Who are Dunn & Hillam Architects competitors?

      Competitors of Dunn & Hillam Architects include Green Ideas, Above Green and TAS.

    • Where is Dunn & Hillam Architects headquarters?

      Dunn & Hillam Architects headquarters is located at 33 Salisbury St, Botany.

    • Where are Dunn & Hillam Architects offices?

      Dunn & Hillam Architects has an office in Botany.

    • How many offices does Dunn & Hillam Architects have?

      Dunn & Hillam Architects has 1 office.