ClarkeHopkinsClarke is excited to announce Liz Kuiper and Jordan Curran as new Associates at the Melbourne-based architectural practice.
September 23rd, 2014
Partner Robert Goodliffe says the experienced pair has helped to grow the already vibrant and 60-strong Architecture and Interior Design team through their contributions to the development of key project sectors and their involvement in shaping a friendly and collaborative office culture. .
“We focus on a wide range of projects, many with a strong urban design component, and have a happy history of our student and graduate architects staying on for senior appointments,” Mr Goodliffe said. The firm has recently master planned the 160-hectare St Germain Medical Village in the City of Casey, and is also helping design Yarraville’s new $100million Bradmill Precinct, Yarraville Gardens.
Architect Jordan Curran, who joined the firm as a student architect 6 years ago, works across community and mixed use projects such as the new Soho Village in Point Cook, Victoria. He is also working on new council offices and a community facility called the Hepburn Hub in the Hepburn Shire.
After seven years as a project architect Liz Kuiper has developed specialist knowledge in the education sector. She has recently worked on Werribee Zoo’s new experiential learning facility as well as two new schools constructed on greenfield sites in New Zealand and locally on the development of the Timbarra P-9 College.
Melbourne’s ClarkeHopkinsClarke has more than 50 plus years’ experience in creating vibrant communities across education, health and aged care, multi-residential as well as design of entire urban communities.
CHC’s extensive knowledge of technical requirements and ability to lead design trends, across a variety of building types are critical to their success.
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