Stephen Carrick Architects is an architectural practice that focuses on all aspects of heritage conservation + residential architecture.
The practice has specific expertise in:
Stephen is a registered architect with 30 years experience in the conservation and management of heritage sites. His experience and expertise have been developed from extensive work on large and small heritage projects in both metropolitan and regional Western Australia.
Stephen worked for the Western Australian Government from 1992 to 2009, providing him with a unique ability to provide clients with contemporary, creative, practical and viable solutions to sites involving heritage places.
After graduating with a Masters degree in Architecture from Curtin University in 2015, Tayla obtained employment with Stephen Carrick Architects.
Tayla’s interests lie in interpretive restoration, reuse and adaptation of existing buildings which was the underlying premise of her thesis research. She is passionate to work in balancing her love of history and culture with contemporary architectural design.
Nicola completed her Masters of Architecture at Curtin University in 2014. After graduating she was awarded the Peter Hunt Memorial travel prize. This award provided her the opportunity to travel to Europe and Canada; researching indigenous housing and contemporary indigenous architecture.
Aboriginal heritage interpretation and contemporary forms of indigenous design remain a strong interest for Nicola at Stephen Carrick Architects, as do conservation and housing.
Head of Security
After many years of dedication and experience in the safety and protection industries, Neo joined the Stephen Carrick Architects team in 2009.
Neo is a vital member of the Stephen Carrick Architects team taking on the role of Head of Security at the SCA headquarters.