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.
Nicola has worked with SCA since January 2017.
Nicola is currently assisting the Shire of Bridgetown with conserving and adapting the Bridgetown Railway Station into a community art gallery.
She is also working with the Uniting Church of Australia to conserve the Wesley Chapel in Guildford.
Hannah started working for SCA in 2020.
Hannah is currently documenting conservation works to the Narembeen Public Hall and Narembeen Museum.
Hannah has also been working on a series of heritage assessment documents including preparing Archival Records and Heritage Impact Statements. In addition, Hannah is drafting a studio space to a residence in Moir Street, Perth.
Eoin has been with SCA since May 2021.
Eoin has been involved in the review and update of the Local Heritage Surveys for the City of Nedlands and the City of Subiaco- West Subiaco Precinct.
Eoin has also prepared documentation for a number of Heritage Impact Statements and Heritage Advice
Director of Public Relations
Our public relations director is dedicated to bringing good vibes to the office. After joining the team in 2018, Teddy has worked hard at developing a positive workplace culture.