The Illawarra

The Illawarra turns the N/W facing corner of a significant Inner West intersection and connects to a rear laneway via a thru site pedestrian link. The 3 outward facing façades address each frontage with a perforated block edge form. The curved corner element, rounded edges to the indented recesses, lineal brick and projected detailing pays homage to the Art Deco Hotel and Industrial heritage of the area.


SOMA Wellness

DA approved, commencing on site this year in Sydney’s fastest growing local government area, SOMA Wellness is a mixed use health precinct situated on a gateway location with access to major arterial roads.

Soma Wellness takes a holistic approach to the health genre. The 3 street frontages are addressed with articulated façades and the internal courtyard built language is one of transparency, expressed structure and an emphasis on circulation and entry points.

Bondi Apartments

38 Ocean Street North is a 9 storey, 32 apartment building (11 affordable apts) sitting mid-hillside in a boulevard of Morton bay figs overlooking Bondi Beach.

The small lot consolidation drives the narrow linear building form allowing for densely landscaped setbacks, 100% of apartments enjoying a northerly aspect with glass louvres promoting cross ventilation.


During the period of 1951 – 1955, The Fox Estate was created and celebrated in a development of unique style and grandeur.

In 2014 and 2015, the current owners along with AN+A, Pimas Gale, a team of consultants and sub-contractors have restored the historically significant elements of the house and site with a view to preserving the substantial legacy of the property.



Pendle Hill

This mixed use development is home to 7 commercial tenancies and 62 dwellings. It leads the way for highly desired medium density living in Pendle Hill by proposing an important new corner element in the changing streetscape of the Great Western Highway. Creating a complex of perimeter buildings on a green-field site allows for generous a communal landscaped courtyard. Deep external balconies and private ground floor terraces provide north orientated indoor/ outdoor amenity to residents.

The Collaroy Hotel

This project is a rebuild and refit of the Arlington Amusement Hall, a beachfront heritage item built in 1919 as retail shops with first floor residences and converted to a hotel in the late 90’s.

The asymmetrical federation brick facade of the hotel has a majestic street presence while the new dining room upstairs has long views north past the pine trees to the Barrenjoey Lighthouse.


AN+A provided construction documentation and interior design services for this residential development within a heritage precinct in Annandale. An existing warehouse is converted into 7 apartments, and 10 modern terraces with expansive living areas are created. Internally clean, contemporary lines are brought to life with considered details of rich timber accents, while externally; rustic sandstone from the retained historic 1800’s warehouse walls adds inviting warmth.

Inner West Apts

This mixed use development comprises of 52 residential apartments and 3 ground floor retail tenancies. It is located on a 1500sqm East facing site in Sydney’s inner west with three street frontages.

Utilising a highly efficient structural grid the building is a 6 storey composition expressed as a base, middle and top. 450 sqm of retail activates the street and laneways with a café, bar and food market.


Bridge St Garage

Bridge Street Garage has quickly become a favourite in the expanding Bridge Street dining precinct. Rubbing shoulders with Neil Perry’s Rockpool on George, Mr. Wong’s, and Fratelli Fresh, the Latin American inspired menu of Oscar Gorosito explores the mechanics of food and creates a new twist on an old favourite – the American-style bar and diner.

The diner is an adaptive reuse of a garage space situated in a 1920’s heritage listed Italian Renaissance style building. While the bar addresses Bridge Street through a classical sandstone façade, the restaurant opens onto Bridge Lane.