About

 

Overview

Cameron Anderson Architects is an award winning architectural design practice with a strong focus on innovation and Sustainable Design.  CAARCH are based in Mudgee, NSW and provide high quality, architectural services throughout Central West NSW including Mudgee,  Bathurst, Orange and Dubbo.

Our design process focuses on collaboration and the desire to question conventional models where our extensive contextual analysis yields sensitive and appropriate design responses and we work hard to ensure our client's budgets are strictly addressed. Our collective experience spans many areas including small and large scale residential developments, educational, retail, tourism and commercial facilities.

We believe every project should embrace sustainable design principles and we pride ourselves on an attention to detail and an ability to provide individual and innovative, design solutions.

CAARCH utilise the latest in 3d design and documentation software with the office currently operating Autodesk Revit. Utilising BIM technologies (Building Information Modelling) allows us to communicate to our clients in 3d from the beginning of each and every project.


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Cameron Anderson - Director

Cameron is a registered architect with over 12 years of professional experience that includes working with award winning architectural firms both in Sydney and Melbourne. Cameron is dedicated to Sustainable Design practices and providing feasible and individual design responses.

Prior to establishing CAARCH, Cameron was a Senior Architect and Project Leader with the internationally renowned architectural practices Bates Smart in Sydney and Hayball Architects in Melbourne.


Awards

2016 - AIA NSW Country Division - "Heritage Architecture Award" Award Winner -  Mayne St Residence

2015 - AIA NSW Country Division - "James Barnet Award" Award Winner - High Cube.

2015 - AIA NSW Country Division - "Public / Commercial Architecture" Award Winner - High Cube.

2015 - AIA NSW Country Division - "Small Projects" Joint Award Winner - High Cube.

2015 - AIA NSW Country Division - "Residential Architecture Alterations and Additions" Commendation - Queens Pinch Road.

2014 - AIA NSW Country Division - "Residential Architecture Alterations and Additions" Award Winner - Gladstone Street Residence.

2005 - Woods Baggot Graduate Prize - Shortlisted - University of Tasmania - Cameron Anderson.

2002 - Terroir Architecture Prize - Award Winner - University of Tasmania - Cameron Anderson.