Melbourne’s Plus Architecture is pleased to announce the appointment of Andromeda Hutchins as their newest associate architect
January 11th, 2008
Andromeda Hutchins may be young, but she has a wealth of experience in the Architectural field.
After graduating from the University of Tasmania, completing a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Bachelor of Architecture, Andromeda worked for Fender Katsalidis Architects on the Moorilla gallery.
She also successfully completed her role as project architect for Starfish Ventures’ new office fitout in Jolimont, before joining the Plus Architecture team in Melbourne to work on a proposed Art Gallery which is now in the design development stage.
Currently working on the Metrobuild’s $8 million boutique apartment development in South Yarra, Andromeda is already bringing her own sassiness to Plus projects, – “high ceilings are the new black”, she says.
With a strong interest in Australian design, Andromeda brings a fresh and valued perspective to the Plus Architecture team, and is joined by Craig Smart, who has also been appointed as a Plus associate.
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