Woollan Hamlett Architects focus on the simple idea that everything we do must be of benefit to the community. We like to work with schools, community groups and private clients to create a better future for the people who will live, learn, work and play in the buildings we create.
B.Sc (Hons), Bath University (UK)
Arch (Hons), Bath University (UK)
Grad Dip Professional Management, University of Tasmania,
I have worked on a wide range of design and conservation projects – and developed the Practice’s expertise in working with independant schools.
I see the our focus on working with, and empowering, community groups as an important area of Architectural practice. In my spare time, of which I do not have any, I serve as a Volunteer Community Visitor for the Office of the Public Advocate, and moonlight as a jazz pianist.
M Arch, Deakin University
B.A Architecture(Hons) Deakin University
I joined the Practice in 2014, after gaining experience with a number of architectural design practices on residential, aged care and community projects. Already well versed in construction and detail, I am now designing school and kindergarten projects – and loving it.
I am a guest reviewer for urban design and architectural studies at Deakin University, and a frequent volunteer for the Robin Boyd Foundation. To enable client outcomes, innovation and social relevance through my design process I am interested in critically engaging with the Australian cultural milieu and where this crosses over into the urban realm.
What some of our clients have said about us:
“Redmond provided invaluable architectural services to a considerably complex vocational training and childcare centre project. The project had been languishing under the supervision of another couple of architects. This was in part due to complex nature of the building project and in part because of the many stakeholders involved. The work provided by Redmond both in terms of architectural skills and relationship management allowed the project to gain momentum forwards. Without Redmond’s services it would have been close to impossible to advance the project.”
Paul Watzlaff, Property Manager & Group Accountant for Pragmatic Training