Ann Elise Hampton
Before joining the team, Ann-Elise worked collaboratively on the design schemes for some of Sydney’s most prominent art galleries. As Project Architect at MHNDU, her projects have ranged from multi-million-dollar waterfront residences to a backyard tiny house. She leads her team from concept design through to council approval, documentation and construction of many high-end houses. Each project is met with a fresh approach to meet the desires of her clients and take best advantage of the sites, which have been predominantly steeply sloping with extensive harbour views.
Ann-Elise has also tutored various subjects at the University of Technology, Sydney and Sydney University, and has represented on design juries at various universities.
With her knowledge of Sydney architecture greatly influenced by working as an editorial assistant and researcher on the book, Guide to Sydney Architecture by Graham Jahn, she considers her specialty gaining council approval for contemporary projects within heritage contexts. Her personal passion is for the ‘Sydney School houses’ built in the 1960s and 70s in bushland settings.
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