Yearly Archives: 2018

6th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2018

PTW Architects has been shortlisted for the 6th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2018 under the category Facility of the Year – Ageing-in-Place for St Basil’s Randwick, Australia. The project comprises 79 retirement living apartments, a 113 room residential care facility and community facilities including pool, gymnasium, café, multi-purpose hall, day care centre, hair salon… Read more »

PTW Architects celebrates International Women’s ...

As an architectural practice with 50% women throughout the firm to Director leadership, PTW Architects presses for progress in celebrating International Women’s Day. Absent from pic: Andrea Cardakaris (Marketing Coordinator) – Flexible working arrangements Alessandra Sonvico (Senior Interior Designer) – Working internationally Brooke Self (Administration) – Flexible working arrangements Catherine Love (Director) – Working internationally… Read more »

Coverforce’s new 1000sqm workplace at Barangaroo

One of PTW Interiors’ latest projects is Coverforce’s new 1000sqm workplace at Barangaroo, Sydney. Inspired by the urban qualities of its surrounding context, key outcomes were bringing people together and supporting interaction in a team-based environment.

PTW receives AEO Status from Transport for NSW

PTW Architects receives Authorised Engineering Organisations (AEO) Status from Transport for NSW. PTW was delighted to recently welcome the TfNSW ASA group to its Sydney office where the AEO Certificate was received with great pride. During the ceremony and indeed the certification process, it became apparent that communication between organisations of diverse backgrounds is integral… Read more »

Lumiere shortlisted for CTBUH 10 year award

Three Australian projects, all located in central Sydney, are in the running for the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Heritage’s Best Tall Building awards, which reward excellence in the design, planning and construction of tall buildings worldwide. Source: Architecture AU Photo credit: Tom Evangelidis