Established in 2011 by Florian and Rachel Heise, Heise Architecture is an emerging Architectural practice that has successfully completed an interesting variety of projects during our first three years. We seek to exceed our client’s expectations from concept through to completion. We have experience in Commercial, Emergency Services, Health, Multi-Residential, Detached Residential, Resource, Retail and Transportable Architecture.
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Lorna Jane Retail Fit-out
Rhodes, Sydney, 2014
Heise Architecture is very proud to be working with Lorna Jane on their refurbishment and new store roll-out throughout Australia and Europe. Working closely with their project management team, we have been able to design and document a range of stores suited to each location, taking advantage of the opportunities and existing conditions of each retail tenancy’s location.
Waterford West Sport Park
Waterford West, Logan Qld, 2014
Heise Architecture recently collaborated with Dunn and Moran Landscapes Architects to prepare a concept design for the Waterford West Sport Park, design tender submission, with our proposal being one of the four shortlisted. The brief required three rugby fields a grandstand a clubhouse, parking and additional utility spaces. The project was located in the council of Logan, Queensland Australia. The grandstand design, utilizing robust and resilient materials, compliments the master-plan which orientates the sports fields for North – South play. The building has been designed as a legible expression of the roofing element wrapping over the grandstand providing protection from the sun, wind and rain. The interior program has been designed to provide maximum amenity for the spectators and building occupants while making efficient use of the spaces below the grandstand. Our roof which wraps around the building provides an identifiable and unique aesthetic form appropriate for a Civic project, while also shielding the spectators from the cold south west winds.
Caval Ridge and Daunia Mine Industry Areas
Bowen Basin Queensland, 2012
Heise Architecture was appointed as the Architect and lead consultant for the Bechtel / BMA Daunia and Caval Ridge Mine Industry Area modular buildings. The project comprised 17 volumetric modular buildings with over 10,000 m2 of gross floor area. The mines, east of Moranbah, QLD, required support buildings, ranging from the small single module gatehouse to the large multi module Administration Building and Bathhouse buildings.