Turner Hughes Architects

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Turner Hughes Architects
Level 2 121 Alexander Street CROWS NEST NSW 2065 Australia

Turner Hughes Architects has a vision: to create innovative and successful designs that meet and exceed the needs of our clients. We ‘own’ our actions, ideas and delivery in every respect to our architectural services. We will not settle on a mediocre result, rather, we will explore, investigate and innovate solutions that are the best fit for each client and project. Most of all, we nurture and treasure the strong bonds and relationships which develop over the years with our many satisfied clients.

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Pacific Magazines

Media City, Everleigh, 2009

This office fitout for Pacific Magazines totaling 9,000m2 over 3 floors features a flexible layout able to cope with the fluid nature of demand for popular press publications and inter-connectivity between levels. THA have been involved with Pacific Magazines since 2003, undertaking numerous departmental fitouts at their McMahons Point premises. The Fitout of their new premises at Media City has consolidated all their operations into a new facility, providing a creative and inspirational environment for their 720 staff to deliver the magazines and periodicals which guide and reflect our day-to-day lives and aspirations.

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Greystanes Business Park

Greystanes NSW, 2010

Our task was to masterplan quarry end-use to deliver a framework for the highest and best use of this key parcel of land. Intrinsic to the exercise was not only the optimization of land use but also the establishment of an urban design strategy and “vision” for the site. Through the careful evaluation of design controls, infrastructure requirements and environmental constraints, an efficient and complimentary business community was born. The end product was the successful sale of the land to developers and the ongoing investment in this future business hub.

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Centrelink Blacktown

First Ave. Blacktown NSW, 2010

This project entailed the design, documentation and contract administration for a new commercial office building to house a Federal Government tenant. Key to the design was a robust, cost effective yet aesthetically attractive solution which would not only address durability concerns related to use but also satisfy an AGBR energy rating of 4.5 stars and council aspirations for high class urban renewal in the immediate area.

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