DA Approval was granted by Sutherland Planning Panel for the Lark Ellen at Jannali. The new Lark Ellen Aged Care Home and full refurbishment of the existing heritage item is a long awaited result and we are excited to see this project finally be able to move forward.
Calder Flower Architects move into the next generation of the practice with the retirement from CFA of architect John Flower who founded the practice in 1981. John’s contribution to the aged care sector has been invaluable and his legacy will live on.
Lara Calder and the team are actively focused on continuing to build the practice in providing specialist architectural and design services in housing ageing communities around new models of care and collocation.
The rebranding of the business to Calderflower Architecture and the formation of Calderflower Interiors represents the enhanced capability of the firm. The team is comprised of skilled and talented architects and designers who are delivering quality design, documentation and superintendency of refreshingly innovative solutions for our clients.
We are genuinely inspired to work with like minded organisations and to have opportunities to positively impact the lives of those who live and work in our buildings.
Calderflower Interiors is formed to compliment our buildings and introduce a new Interior Design philosophy to the sector. Matthew Reid will lead up our newly formed Calderflower Interiors with the support of Senior designer Vanessa Tan-Lee and the team. We have creative projects underway and in the pipeline – watch this space!!
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