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Stewart Architecture have been engaged to design and submit a Development Application for the former service station site. Adjacent to the Campbell community & shopping centre our design envisages buildings suitably sited within the established local context.
Stewart Architecture have been engaged to design and submit a Development Application for a retirement village and residential care accommodation on the site. Our design envisages buildings within a landscape setting which overlooks the Higgins oval.
Continuing their strong relationship with the Fyshwick Markets, Stewart Architecture are excited to reveal their design for the new Niche Markets.
Stewart Architecture is part of the team behind On Forbes, which is delivering greater diversity in housing choices and vibrancy close to Canberra’s city centre.
Green Square Public Library has been awarded a 5 Star Green Star rating representing Australian Excellence in building design.
Stewart Architecture have designed a new 61 room Hotel for the Abode Hotel Group in Kingston in Canberras Inner South.
Stewart Architecture's design for a new hotel in Newcastle has recently been revealed. Located on Honeysuckle Drive the development will consist of 149 four-star hotel rooms, 62 residential apartments, 5 serviced apartments and over 1000 square metres of commercial & restaurant space.
Stewart Architecture are proud and excited to have been engaged as Master Plan Architects for Radford College following an invitation to participate in a competition to prepare a 10 year Master Plan.
The new cinema is designed by Stewart Hollenstein and Stewart Architecture (formerly Colin Stewart Architects), the winning design team behind Green Square Library and Plaza in Sydney, currently under construction. The cinema is part of a masterplan for an open-air car park in Morisset Street in the town centre, which was initiated by the Queanbeyan City Council in 2015.