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Kim Lange

Kim Lange Kim studied Architecture at the University of Sydney and Technische Universität Berlin. During her architectural education, Kim was shortlisted for the NSW Design Medal, and is the recipient of the Sir John Sulman and the AIA Graduate of the Year Award, amongst numerous other scholarships and accolades. As Project Architect at MHNDU, she enjoys the complexities that arise with each project stage, and the unique design opportunities presented through rigorous analysis. Her expertise lies in high-end residential projects, including those shortlisted for architectural design awards, and procured through successful Design Excellence Competition entries. Kim has a continuing interest in urban design and the way buildings shape our human experience, taking note of the interplay between culture, climate and creative expression that is evident in cities during her extensive travel through Europe, Asia and Africa. With a particular passion for sustainability, Kim views smart architectural design as crucial tool for lessening the collective ecological footprint. [email protected] +61 (02) 9101 1111

10 Jun '16

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Luke Buttenshaw

Luke Buttenshaw Luke’s strong architectural experience in houses and boutique apartment projects in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs spans the design, documentation and construction administration stages. Since joining MHN Design Union over 10 years ago, Luke’s exceptional attention to detail, practical approach and ability to drive collaboration with contractors and clients has been fundamental in ensuring our designs meet or exceed our client’s expectations. [email protected] +61 (02) 9101 1120

10 Jun '16

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Michael Waterman

Michael Waterman Having graduated from Sydney University with Honours in a Bachelor of Architecture, Michael has had over a decade of experience as a lead designer at a number of award- winning architectural practices. Since joining MHNDU in 2014, Michael has designed and lead numerous projects of varying scales, including the WAF nominated ‘249 Devonshire Street’. Michael is highly skilled in all aspects of the architectural process, from the conceptual design stage to the delivery of the finished building. [email protected] +61 (02) 9101 1117

28 Apr '17

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Leigh Hanekom

Leigh Hanekom Having started at MHNDU in 2017, Leigh Hanekom draws upon her twelve years of industry experience at notable Sydney, Melbourne and overseas practices, to design for the betterment of the urban environment as a whole. Her current fields of interest include public architecture and projects that combine mixed-tenure residential and community facilities. Leigh is a strong proponent for the adaptive reuse of Modernist-era buildings and is an active member of the international architectural community, having delivered an academic paper at the 14th International Docomomo conference in Lisbon on creative strategies for the future use of Sydney’s notable brutalist building, Sirius, in the Rocks. Leigh actively mentors her team, is at the helm of many of our most successful projects, and is our in-house research scout, keeping us abreast of current architectural news. [email protected] +61 (02) 9101 1129

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