Patrick Irwin Architect

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Patrick Irwin Architect
50 Harper Street WOODBRIDGE WA 6056 Australia

Practice commenced in 1990 with alterations and extensions to the Toodyay Memorial Hall, upgraded as a successful multi-purpose venue. Since then we have carried out a wide range of Residential project and involvement with larger commercial and institutional projects; Offices for BHP, Schools for EDWA and the CEO, Heritage Hotels, Yanchep Inn, Rose & Crown and Mahogany Inn, and scheme for Toodyay Tavern and Conservation works for Churches. Awards include Home of the Year, Home of the Future

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The Terraces

North St, Midland, 2010

Six small terraces built c1896 for Railway-workers on the recently opened Midlands Railway were restored and extended one pair, providing new light and airy Living rooms and service rooms to the rear, with large timber decks. North aspect was maximised, with generous through ventilation and highlights. Rear parking and access was provided and the garages have Studios above which can be incorporated with the house, or sub-let as self-contained.

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Apartments

123 Summers St, Perth, 2010

Rear site with shared access and City Views from First Floors. We submitted a two storey design, with one apartment per floor, and the planners advised that we should increase the density, so we redesigned it in three stories. The project has not proceeded and the site was sold with a DA in place.

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