Adaptive re-use is a great basis for successful sustainable design Our recent project, “The Pilgrimage” looks to adapt an abandoned
by Katherine Sampson I am a mother and an architect. I work amongst knowledgeable, skilled, respectful, empathetic and supportive women
A huge thank you to those who have generously loaned us goodies for yesterday’s photo shoot. Here is a sneak peek… Yesterday’s
December 2017 marks twelve months of my work as a student architect at Cathi Colla Architects. In 2016 I relocated
Seasons Greetings. 2017 has certainly been a whirlwind year for us all at Cathi Colla Architects. The holiday season is
Earlier this year we had the pleasure of visiting a recently completed home renovation designed by Cathi Colla Architects and built
An interesting design challenge for you – How do you design for a project brief that has an innate conflict
Country NSW has many an enticing creek to explore, to paddle in, or simply while away those hot summer days by.
A fond farewell to you Zaha Hadid. We will miss your fire. “We have lost a woman who has played,
Houzz Announces Best Of Houzz 2016 Winners in Australia Annual Survey and Analysis of Community of Over 35 Million
Our recent article on Practice Management has just been published. We are very pleased to share this with you. This article will be of
We are renovating! Yep, we have wrapped, boxed, lifted, and trucked our books and furniture to temporary accommodation nearby… and yes, there
Win an exclusive Design “Kick Start” at our local school fete… Planning on renovating your home? Need some design inspiration?
Late last year we were able to capture the magic with photos of another of our recently constructed homes –
Christmas has definitely arrived at another of our recently finished home renovations in Clifton Hill. A very happy family have their
What an exciting time. Our clients are now living and enjoying their newly renovated home. Now its time for the
Nicola Bowman (CCA team member) and Cameron Suisted’s competition entry ‘A Line in the Landscape’ is a finalist entry in the
Cathi Colla Architects featured in Slice AIA Victoria Magazine. Cathi Colla Architects’ Thornbury Residence, quoted as: a renovation, adapting an existing
Some expert advice at the right time, is key to making the most of your renovation project – and being
What is a typical day in the life of an architect like? This is the result: a crowd sourced video featuring over 50 architects and intern architects from 12 nations around the world!