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Project WA

Project WA

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

The government is ensuring WA remains the ‘engine room’ of the nation’s economy, with around $150 billion worth of projects on the horizon. It’s a rapid development that proves the state’s dedication to sustained long-term growth, and will cement its global presence.

World Class

World Class

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

From Japan to Spain, these awe-inspiring international projects raise the design bar.

Bravo by Cameron Chisholm Nicol

Bravo by Cameron Chisholm Nicol

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Located in a prominent position at the gateway to Perth’s domestic airport, this five-storey commercial office development is in perfect sync with its surrounds.

City of Armadale Landmark Office by GHD Woodhead

City of Armadale Landmark Office by GHD Woodhead

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Nestling against a backdrop of white gums, this building reproduces the natural environment in its facade, forms and finishes.

King & Wood Malleson by CDI Group

King & Wood Malleson by CDI Group

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Sophisticated and functional with a contemporary edge, King & Wood Malleson’s new office space is representative of the law firm’s rapidly advancing global presence.

Medical Consulting Rooms by Bos Architects

Medical Consulting Rooms by Bos Architects

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Bos Architects reaffirm their position as change-of-use and consulting-room experts in this recent transformation of a Subiaco office.

108 Stirling Street by McDonald Jones Architects

108 Stirling Street by McDonald Jones Architects

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

This mixed-use proposal for 108 Stirling Street seeks to provide an elegant and urbane addition to a rapidly changing inner-city precinct.

Alex Hotel by Anodisers WA

Alex Hotel by Anodisers WA

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

The exterior facade of Northbridge’s trendy new boutique hotel will last the test of time, thanks to the team at Anodisers WA.

Caesarstone Australia by Michael & Hamish Design Studio

Caesarstone Australia by Michael & Hamish Design Studio

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Working closely with the Caesarstone marketing team to exacting standards enabled Michael & Hamish Design Studio to produce a project result that has won widespread acclaim.

Crown Promenade Perth Refurbishment by Swan Group WA

Crown Promenade Perth Refurbishment by Swan Group WA

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Maintaining a relaxing atmosphere for guests was a key focus in this hotel renovation.

Heirloom by Cameron Chisholm Nicol

Heirloom by Cameron Chisholm Nicol

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Fremantle’s iconic Dalgety Wool Stores are brought back to life in this exciting multi-residential project.

Karrinyup Customer Service Counter by West Coast Shopfitting

Karrinyup Customer Service Counter by West Coast Shopfitting

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Instead of blending in with the heavy flow of foot traffic, Karrinyup Shopping Centre’s information kiosk stands out, with its striking black-and-white frontage, clean lines and soft finishes.

Kishorn & Ogilvie by McDonald Jones Architects

Kishorn & Ogilvie by McDonald Jones Architects

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Set in the emerging Canning Bridge Special Precinct, this mixed-use proposal demonstrates McDonald Jones Architects’ superior flair for design and eye for detail.

Midland Brick by Michael & Hamish Design Studio

Midland Brick by Michael & Hamish Design Studio

Scoop Commercial Building & Design (WA's Best 2015/16)

Company directors and designers Michael Del Borrello and Hamish Cockburn had a clear vision for the new Midland Brick Display Centre, and the results are stunning.

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