• 10.09.2014

    peckvonhartel was recently interviewed by the Canberra Times to discuss Activity Based Workplace (ABW), including listing the best examples of firms who have adopted ABW in Canberra and our views on which organisations are best suited for this type of workplace approach. 

  • 27.08.2014

    The construction of the Balibo Fort House Visitor Accommodation Centre nears completion. Honouring the memories of the Balibo Five, the restoration of the heritage 18th century Portuguese fort has provided employment and training opportunities for the people of Balibo.

  • 20.08.2014

    Office Snapshots has featured our interior fitout for Indigenous Business Australia. The recently completed workplace provides a flexible, collaborative working environment.

  • 11.08.2014

    Continuing to add to the collection of successful Jamie’s Italian restaurants in Sydney, Perth and Canberra, peckvonhartel are appointed by Pacific Restaurant Group to deliver two exciting new restaurants in Adelaide and Brisbane.

  • 06.08.2014

     Northbourne Square is uniquely positioned and designed as a future focused defining element at the entrance to Canberra City. The façade design of the building features extensive glazing to allow maximum connectivity and transparency to the outside.

  • 28.07.2014

    Colour and connectivity creates a greater sense of being part of an organisation. Our approach to ACMA’s fit out continues to be shared across various publications. Read what our designers had to say about this in the latest article: The Age

  • 23.07.2014

    Northbourne Square has received approval by the ACT Planning and Land Authority. This is an exciting milestone for the project which is featured in The Canberra Times.       

  • 24.06.2014

    It is with great pride and excitement that we celebrate being the recipient of the 2014 Australian Institute of Architects, Victorian Architecture Award, Sir Osborn McCutcheon Award for Commercial Architecture, for the Victorian Desalination Plant. The Sir Osbourn McCutcheon Awards is the peak award for commercial Architecture in Victoria. peckvonhartel undertook the project in joint venture with ARM Architecture.

  • 19.06.2014

    peckvonhartel was engaged by Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) to design and deliver a new workplace environment transforming the way that the organisation does business. IBA has been featured in the City News.

  • 03.06.2014

    We are pleased to announce our design for the Australian Communications and Media Authority has been awarded the Shaw Contract Group's Design is...Award 2014 Government Winner, for the Asia Pacific region.

  • 16.05.14

    The Victorian Desalination Plant, designed by peckvonhartel and ARM Architecture, has been shortlisted for the Australian Institute of Architects 2014 Victorian Architecture Awards. The project is nominated in two fields of entries; Commercial Architecture and the Regional Prize. Victorian Architecture Awards 2014 Shortlist 

  • 12.05.14

    Key concepts for the Queen Victoria Market renewal have been revealed and the second round of community consultation is open. Until 16 May, you can have your say on the current proposals and what you would like to see in the final designs.Our Principal Yvonne von Hartel AM, is on the board of the Queen Victoria Market Pty Ltd and encourages the community to join in and provide comment on shaping the market’s look and feel.Queen Victoria Market Renewals 

  • 08.04.2014

    The Minister of Planning, Matthew Guy MLC, has appointed peckvonhartel’s Senior Principal, Yvonne von Hartel AM, as a Commissioner of the Victorian Building Authority Board.

  • 24.03.2014

    We have been shortlisted for the 2014 AIDA awards for the Workplace Interior desgin catagory for our projects with ACMA and Victorian Government Office.

  • 16.03.2014

    Yvonne von Hartel, AM, was invited to join The Hon Dr Denis Napthine MP, Premier of Victoria, Minister for Racing and Minister for Regional Cities, at  the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix on Sunday 16 March 2014.

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