Silver Thomas Hanley is one of Australia’s leading architectural practices. Originally formed in 1953, the practice evolved into Silver Thomas Hanley in 1985. Since then our practice has completed an impressive portfolio of Projects ranging in value from under $1M to $2B in Australia and internationally. Our talented team of more than 35 professionals has over three decades of experience.
We design by drawing on the fundamental relationship between human wellness and the built environment. Our team view every project as an opportunity to create innovative, well designed and project-specific solutions. We understand that for all projects, functionality and value for money must underpin the design solution. By operating in a transparent, client focused manner to ensure the best possible project outcome for all stakeholders. Our excellent communication and interpersonal skills ensure that at all stages of the project the client is kept well informed, enabling them to make the best possible decisions from concept to completion.
We strive for design excellence and are committed to innovation; seeking new materials or methods to ensure our designs are sustainable, adaptable and responsive to the ever-changing needs of our clients. This is demonstrated by us receiving the MBA Architect of the Year Award (2016) and the Australian Institute of Architects (WA) George Temple Poole Award 2015 (the Institutes highest award) for Fiona Stanley Hospital. Most recently, Silver Thomas Hanley received a prestigious Good Design Award Winner Accolade in the Architectural Design category in recognition for outstanding design and innovation for the Warren Health Service, Manjimup Western Australia.