Hames Sharley WA
Hames Sharley is an award winning practice specialising in architecture, interior design, urban design, planning, and landscape architecture. Established in Adelaide in 1975, the practice currently operates offices in Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin, Sydney, and Perth. Our portfolio of work is diverse as it is innovative, positioning us as a leader in the international marketplace. We have a rich culture of provoking and sharing new ideas and dedicate ourselves to exceeding client expectations in project delivery. All projects are designed to world class standards and are constantly recognised by our industry peers through the various awards we have received.
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Western Australian Institute for Medical South
Murdoch, Western Australia, 2013
The South Facility for the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research (WAIMR) is located on the new Fiona Stanley Medical Centre. The 8,200 sqm Stage One building comprises five usable floors and one level of plant. It will accommodate up to 363 research and academic staff. The new building will co-locate the premier research organisations of WAIMR, UWA and the Lions Eye Institute, and will accommodate other key research groups from Royal Perth Hospital and Fremantle Hospital.
Rockingham Mental Health Inpatient Unit
Rockingham, Western Australia, 2010
The Rockingham Mental Health Inpatient Unit forms the final stage of the Rockingham General Hospital redevelopment. The new facility accommodates for 30 patients with 20 adult beds and 10 older adult beds in open and secure wings. The inpatient unit locates at the end of the hospital street off of which the various components of the hospital are arranged. Visitors and patients admitting to the ‘open’ wards enter the administration wing of the unit. From here a central ‘services’ wing acts as a base off of which the 4 wings are arranged. The Architecture of the building references modern domestic buildings, and focuses on familiar materials, access to natural light and open space, and appropriately stimulating and calming spaces as required for therapy. This project was completed in joint venture with Silver Thomas Hanley Architects.