On March 15th we welcomed Architect Gair Williamson into our showroom.
His firm was founded in 2003 and, over the past 15 years, has become one of the most prolific practices in the historic precincts, focusing on adaptive reuse and new infill construction. The practice began with the lofty intention to unite the often opposing interests of the community and developer and the conflicting priorities of the art of architecture and the economics of the marketplace.
It pursues the retention of cultural memory through a clear distinction between the existing urban fabric and their contemporary interventions.
In this talk Gair illustrated the buildings, paintings and writings that have inspired the work of the office and the aspirations of the firm’s completed works.