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UNLEY APARTMENTS, ADELAIDE
(2010 - JUNE 2013 projected completion)
(DA approved - August 2011)

Mr Ernest Kirsten
A proposed new apartment development for an inner city suburb of Adelaide that deals with green issues and medium density living in an environment that is becoming hot each year with longer period over 30 degrees.

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HOBART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
(2010 - )

Mr Stuart Hurd
(General Manager - Commercial Development)
Ongoing projects for Hobart International Airport Pty Ltd.

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HOBART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
(2009 - 2010)

Mr Rod Parry (Acting CEO June 2011 - )
Mr Brett Reiss (CEO 2009 - June 2011)

Developing a 20 year Master Plan for the terminal and how it may expand over the period to align with the projected passenger growth as spelt out in the 2009 Draft Master Plan.

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WEST LAKES APARTMENTS
(2007-2010)

Mr Peter Harris
Two eight storey towers with 69 apartments built on the edge of a lake in West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia.

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SYDNEY AQUARIUM STAGE 3/ AUSTRALIAS ANIMAL WORLD
(2000-2006)

Mr John Burgess (CEO 1987-2004)
Mr James Fulford (CEO 2004-2007)
The design and documentation for Stage 3 of the Aquarium includes the relocation and replanning of existing and new operations and administration areas. These areas facilitate operation, administration and marketing offices, quarantine areas, workshop, machinery rooms, food preparation and storage. Careful planning will allow for little disruption to the operations of the Sydney Aquarium.

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BAMBU RESTAURANT, SYDNEY PASSENGER TERMINAL, CIRCULAR QUAY, NSW
(2002)

Mr Wolfie Pizem
The addition of Bambu Restaurant, designed and built by Misho + Associates, to the refurbished Sydney Cove International Passenger Terminal has created an engaging space that pushes many design boundaries. The new fit out aimed to create an intimate atmosphere in an otherwise intimidating, industrial space. The initial concept of an organic, sculptural form by Misho + Associates, was realised through the close collaboration with artist, Horst Kiechle.

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SYDNEY HARBOUR FORESHORE AUTHORITY (SHFA)
(1998 – 2003)

Mr Greg Robinson (CEO 1997-2003)

The merge of the Darling Harbour Authority with the SHFA office at The Rocks involved the relocation of staff and facilities to the appropriate departments. Departments were relocated to a new fit out to accommodate new staff or expanded within their existing fit outs. M+A were involved in the design, documentation and co ordination of these works.

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PLAYFAIR TERRACE REFURBISHMENT, THE ROCKS for SHFA
(2001-2002)

This project was the refurbishment of the heritage terrace on Playfair Street, the Rocks. The internal refurbishment works, although contemporary, were sympathetic to the significance of the building

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TOY MUSEUM for SHFA
(2000)

New internal fit out for a Toy Museum in the Kendall Lane Stable House, The Rocks with restrictions imposed on a significant heritage building

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SPA CHAKRA, DARLINGHURST
(1998-2000)

Mr Mike Canizales
The design and development of a spa branded concept facility to be incorporated into the refurbishment of a hotel chain through out Australia and Asia.

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SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
(2000-2006)

Mr Bob McFadyen (General Manager- Retail)
Mr Brad Myers (Project Manager)
Varies projects through out the International terminal, Domestic Terminal and domestic car park facility.

  • The upgrading to the custom, security areas and creating the walk through Duty Free with Pier B at the international terminal.
  • The upgrade of the arrivals areas within Pier B and Pier C of the International Terminal.
  • The expansion and modifications to the international food court on landside of the International Terminal.
  • The upgrading of the central car park and cladding of the existing structure and the upgrade of the pay machines.
  • The refurbishment of Terminal 2 and the expansion of the gate lounges to allow for Virgin Airlines.
  • The expansion and reconfiguration of the airside retail and security.

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SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
(1998- AUGUST 2000)

Mr Bob McFadyen (General Manager- Retail)
Mr Brad Myers (Project Manager)
In total, there were approximately 80 retail tenancies relocated over a 2year period. Existing tenants were required to be relocated to allow for the replanning and expansion of the airport, both air and land side. Misho + Associates worked closely with tenants to ensure their briefs were met and that their new position was beneficial to their business.

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FEDERAL AIRPORTS CORPORATION (FAC)
(1995-1998 then became Sydney Airport Corporation)

Mr Bob McFadyen- (Retail Manager)
Major work in the expansion of the retail with the terminal in the led up to the major works for the Sydney Olympics.
The expansion of the retail tenancies within Pier B airside and the expansion of the existing landside retail

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THE WATERFRONT RESTAURANT AND OFFICE REFURBISHMENT
(1999)

Mr Wolfie Pizem
The Waterfront Restaurant has occupied one of the most amazing sites in Sydney since the 1970’s. The Campbell’s Stores building, where the restaurant is located is an early 19th century heritage building of great significance. The new fit out for the restaurant was a complete strip out of the 1970’s interior. The design approach revolved around preserving and accentuating the historic beauty and textures of the original building. New free form elements have been introduced to the existing internal roof structure. All new services have been carefully detailed to make them virtually invisible. Dilapidated windows have been replaced with single sheets of glass to present a spectacular view of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour. The refurbishment also included the upgrade of the restaurant’s administration offices.

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TONICALIN PTY LTD- 68 Alfred Street Milsons Point, NSW
(1997-1998)

Mr Ng
The refurbishment of an 11storey building involved new fit outs to all levels by M+A, with a total budget of $6 million for all works.

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ZENITH MEDIA
(1997)

Mr Daryl Paterson
Zenith Media is the largest media buying company in Australia. 
Zenith Media was to be created by the merger of five individual companies to create one entity. The client brief was to merge these companies into one office environment, located in North Sydney.

 
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