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Grieve Gillett Andersen is an award-winning multidisciplinary architecture, interior design, heritage and urban design practice based in Adelaide, South Australia.

 

Our work ranges from education and health facilities, public buildings and urban spaces, commercial, hospitality and retail developments and interiors, heritage conservation and adaptive reuse, transport and infrastructure, performing and visual arts venues, and residential projects, including new buildings, alterations & additions, infill and multiple residential projects.

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NEWS 2018

2018 NAWIC SA Awards

26 October 2018

We congratulate all the award winners of the National Association of Women in Construction SA Awards last night.

 

Associate Esther Chew was awarded the Starfish Developments Project Innovation and Development Award, which recognises women who play a significant role in achieving major milestones for the development of projects whilst also applying innovation.  

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Drink Dine Design Finalists' Exhibition now showing

12 October 2018

The 2018 Drink Dine Design Finalists’ exhibition and installation, designed by Grieve Gillett Andersen Architects is now showing at the Adelaide Airport, main concourse until 7 November.

Made up of 1,500 KINK Oil Bottle packaging tubes, careful consideration of its environmental impact has been at the forefront of the design process.

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Introducing our new Associates

6 August 2019

We are excited and proud to announce our new Associates at Grieve Gillett Andersen. Joining Associate David McLeod is Candy Aung, Esther Chew, Nicole Dent, Tim Fenton, Melanie Ford, Kara Growden, Elizabeth Little, Dino Vrynios and Tom Doull.

We wish to congratulate our colleagues and look forward to continued collaboration and excellence in the growth and development of our practice.

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Pembroke’s Middle School rising fast from the Ground

2 August 2018

135 days in and the Pembroke Middle School Redevelopment is rising fast from the ground with key design elements starting to take shape. 

The triangular footprint of the building is now visible with first level floorplate currently being tensioned and poured, whilst the three level in-situ off form concrete heart of the building, affectionately known as ‘the shard’, continues to set the pace for the program.

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Torrens Road to Torrens River South Rd Upgrade

1 August 2018

The completion of the Torrens Road to Torrens River South Road upgrade is nearing an early completion with Grieve Gillett Andersen providing the Urban Design services, as part of the T2T Alliance.

As the project nears completion, the urban design elements in the development are taking shape. The project has duplicated South Rd, pushing a non-stop section below Torrens Road, Hawker Street, The Outer Harbour Rail Line, Port Road and Grange Road.

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Copper Coast’s Redeveloped Leisure Centre Now Open

27 July 2018

On Thursday 26 July, the redeveloped Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre in Kadina was officially opened by The Honourable Michael McCormack, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia. 

It was a grand occasion organised by the Copper Coast Council and the celebrations also continued on Sunday at the community open day. The upgraded facility built by Unique Urban Built and designed by Grieve Gillett Andersen, was hailed as a benchmark for country area sports facilities. 

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