Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History
Silver Thomas Hanley History

History

The practice was originally founded in 1953 when two fresh-faced young architects with the names Dennis Silver and Jeff Howlett established a firm known as Architect Associates. It primarily undertook commissions for single and multi-residential flats and small commercial projects.

The practice was responsible for a number of significant buildings around Perth during the late 1960s and 70s, including Wapet House, Caga House, the Victoria Centre, Lombard House and the CML Building.

Barry Hanley became a Practice Principal in the early 1980s, and about this time the firm developed a working relationship with Melbourne-based architects Aija and Peter Thomas. Hence, in 1985, Silver Thomas Hanley was born.