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DnA Architects
126 McKenzie Street WEMBLEY WA 6014 Australia

DnA Architects is an established design-focussed architectural firm who puts the Client first. We are passionate and professional backed up by a diverse portfolio. We provide creative solutions on all levels and all building types. We manifest your dreams and provide insight through architecture.

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Gate 1 Stage 1

Perth Airport, 2008

Gate 1 is a 10,000 square metre mixed-use project designed to become a new town centre at Kewlink East Perth Airport, on a two hectare corner site on Horrie Miller Drive. Stage 1 includes; three of the five planned buildings of the masterplan set around a landscaped piazza and provide retail and commercial space over 4,185 square metres. The buildings are arranged in a courtyard layout to minimise street setbacks and maximise exposure. Stage 1 was Handed over in December 2008, it is now almost fully let with mixed uses.

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Perth Airport, 2010

Patrick Autocare is a 6,200 square metre industrial and commercial facility developed by Westralia Airports Corporation. The design evolved directly from the functional program and expressed in three main architectural elements; the ‘lantern’, the ‘shed’ and the ‘bunker’. The ‘Bunker’ is a single storey element at the northern end of the building. It is expressed as a simple concrete paneled box, heavy in detail and in contrast to the metal sheet cladding. The first floor ‘Lantern’ accommodates office space and screens mechanical plant. It dramatically cantilevers ten metres and is the signature element of the building. It is clad in translucent material, bringing a visual lightness by day and with backlighting the glow of a beacon at night. The ‘Shed’ is a large monopitch roofed warehouse, clad in metal profiled sheeting. The roof is iconic, with a curved ridge line and bull-nosed awning, giving it an organic shape. The layout of the staff and visitor car parking has been treated in a similar graphic way with extra wide road markings in a radiating pattern. The building whilst being built for a modest budget has clarity and robustness in response to the use, scale and context of the site.

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Overseas, 2015

This is a sacred building to amplify Chi energy and it is designed with proportions of Phi (Golden Section), Fibonacci and feng shui. It is in a remote location that will use innovative construction techniques and local materials. In design phase currently.


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