Braude Architects Pty.Ltd. are a Midland based architectural practice with a W.A local focus and local clientele. Braude Architects Pty.Ltd. are a modern, CAD equipped practice headed by Emmanuel Braude with two additional architectural staff.
Braude Architects Pty. Ltd. commenced practice in 1978 as Godfrey and Braude Architects. Braude Architects’ completed work includes aged care facilities, schools and educational facilities, offices and retail developments, both high and low density housing as well as individually designed homes.
Braude Architects which is known among its clients for cost sensitive consulting services and practical documentation also applies sustainable building technologies to building solutions. The balance of costs and benefits now encourages the widespread application of photovoltaic power generation, night purge air cooling, rainwater harvesting and related technologies.
Braude Architects Pty.Ltd. has strong relationships with specialist consultants, builders and construction material suppliers.
Braude Architects Pty. Ltd. have carried out the design, contract documentation and contract administration and supervision for numerous projects with the Department of Housing mainly in the area of “special needs housing”.
Braude Architects Pty. Ltd. are also a registered provider to NDIS.
Peter Hobbs Architects are a multidisciplinary practice of Architects, Designers, Builders and Planners, with an exclusive combination of experience and skills and a focus on medium density housing, mixed use planning, retail and urban design projects.
Peter Hobbs has been a practicing Architect in Western Australia for the last twenty years, during which time he has amassed a wealth of planning, architectural, urban design and construction experience.
Peter’s experience spans all aspects of any given project, from the initial briefing and feasibility stage, to the final Construction certification. His keen interest in social issues, and the way that urban design can inform social and economic outcomes has led to major contributions to significant urban renewal projects.
As registered builder, Peter also brings practicality and achievability to all his projects, and is co-director of a boutique construction company IMAGIN. Peter also contributes to the local profession, and is currently the Chairman of the AIA Urban Design Committee and is a Chapter Councilor for the WA Chapter of the AIA. He sits on the Education advisory panel of The Australian Urban Design Research Centre (AUDRC) which is responsible for setting the curriculum of the Masters of Urban Design.
The studios of Peter Hobbs Architects and Melbourne firm 1:1 have recently come together to collaborate on providing architectural services for the roll out of the Aldi stores in W.A, under the acronym of 1:1PH.