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The Peter Hunt Travel Prize

Travel changed my father’s life. He was just a young architecture student when he won a £800 Morawetz Prize. This was 1961, the time of his graduation from Perth Technical College. The award allowed him to travel to London and Europe. It changed his view of architecture and the world. Dad went on to become […]

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Bedfordale House, Architect Suzanne Hunt

Best Of Houzz 2016 Design Award

I’m stunned by how quickly social media is changing the way people find me. Platforms like Houzz and Pinterest mean that often a single image will generate interest and start a conversation. Houzz in particular has been amazing. Last year Joanna Tovia in-house editor for Houzz, contacted SHA about writing an article on our project […]

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Bedfordale House, Architect: Suzanne Hunt

International Design & Architecture Awards, London 2016

We’ve had some wonderful media coverage for the Bedfordale House. There’s been great feedback from both local and national press, design and building awards and social media. Recently another opportunity came up. We had the chance to enter the International Design and Architectural Awards (IDAA) 2016. If you’re shortlisted you are encouraged to attend the […]

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Bedfordale House in January House & Garden

House & Garden magazine are publishing a 4 page spread about the Bedfordale House in their January edition and we are very proud of that. House & Garden isn’t usually a publication that focuses on new high end residential projects. It’s more something people will buy to get ideas for home interiors. The articles are […]

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Follow Me On Instagram

I’ve been a social media novice. A virgin. I don’t have Facebook. My kids are all on it but I’ve resisted. I didn’t want to go home and spend more time on computers. So I’ve kept away from the whole social media thing until very recently. The Web & Houzz This website was launched last […]

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A New Home For SHA at The Architects Studio

Back in 2004 I wasn’t planning to start up another architectural practice. I certainly wasn’t planning to have my office in a petitioned off corner of my bedroom either. Life can be unpredictable and both things came to pass. Since then I’ve run the practice out of a transformed children’s play room and most recently […]

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