Hayball is one of Australia's largest practices, and specialises in architecture, interior design and urban planning. For over 30 years Hayball has been critically engaged with the challenges that face our contemporary society and the exceptional contribution architecture can make to the sustainability of our communities. From its offices in Melbourne and Sydney, the company has realised hundreds of projects across Australia, Southeast Asia and China from single and multi-residential buildings to schools and universities, commercial developments and urban design for entire suburbs. SELLING POINTS: Hayball is part of the Leading Architects series, published by The Images Publishing Group, which showcases the most progressive, renowned architects throughout the world This book showcases Hayball's strong portfolio across architecture, interior design and urban planning projects Projects featured include single and multi-residential buildings, schools and universities, commercial developments and urban design for entire suburbs This book is superb reference title for those in the architecture, landscaping, urban planning and design industries 280 colour images
Number of Pages: 256
Publication Date: 1 May 2018
Publisher: Images Publishing Group Pty Ltd
Publication City, Country: Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia
Dimensions (cm): 30(H) x 22.3(L)
Author BiographyHayball is an internationally renowned leading Australian architect firm run by a substantial team of creative and highly skilled individuals stationed in Melbourne and Sydney. Hayball's managing director, Tom Jordan, contributes to all phases of a project, from concept and design through to implementation. He is a firm believer that it is important for architects to understand the entire architectural process. Tom works across various sectors as his expansive knowledge and experience traverse various design fields, from urban design and master planning to residential, commercial and educational projects. He advocates a collaborative approach to design and enjoys seeing a high-quality design result, especially when it involves negotiating through a set of obstacles, whether they are site constraints, limited budgets or other design challenges.