Based in Perth, Stephen Carrick Architects engages with projects across Western Australia, regional or metropolitan.
Our journal explores our most recent trips and current projects underway.
We are giving away a $100 gift voucher to spend at the Bassendean O2 Café, plus, a free architectural consultation from Stephen Carrick Architects. To win, simply like our Facebook page and comment any historical photographs you may have of Bassendean on the pinned Facebook post.read more >
In September 2017, Stephen Carrick Architects took on a new and exciting project with the Town of Bassendean. We were appointed by the Town to undertake the Bassendean Built Form and Character Study.read more >
The Cue Community and Visitor Centre was a three year project which transformed Cue Post Office building (built in 1895) to a Community Resource Centre.
In collobortion with Suzanne Hunt Architect, we were thrilled to receive two major awards at the 2018 WA Heritage Awards held in March this year. The Cue project won the Adaptive Reuse of State Registered Place Award and the Gerry Gauntlett Award for Excellence in Conservation for Adapted Re-use.read more >
Earlier this year, Stephen Carrick Architects and Nyikina Incorporated received development approval to begin the transformation of Holman House into the home of Nyikina Incorporated new cultural tourism centre and offices.read more >
Stephen Carrick Architects are working with community and Shire representatives to prepare an interpretation design scheme for the site of the Old Quairading State School.read more >
Stephen Carrick Architects visited Derby in December, 2016 to inspect various sites in relation to Heritage Advisory Services for the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley.read more >