Hiromi Lauren (née Shiraishi)

MPIA 44496 / Architect NSW 8848
Project Director, Project Architect

Hiromi was born in Osaka, Japan, where after graduation she worked as project architect on large residential complex developments and government projects.

After migrating to Australia in 1994, she joined Harry Seidler and Associates, where she became an associate and worked side by side with Harry himself on many competition schemes and design developments.

During this period, Hiromi acted as the project team leader, administrator and head documentor for the North Apartments development in Goulburn Street, Sydney, on the George Street Meriton Tower and on the Clarence Street Alliance Française Centre in the Sydney CBD.

In 2007, after Harry’s death, her design for the tower of a 7-star hotel in Tripoli, Libya was submitted for a competition on behalf of the office.

In conjunction with Collins and Turner Architects, MBMO Architects’ Sven Ollmann and Plus Minus Design’s Phillip Arnold, Hiromi was a key team member for their shortlisted design scheme for Mirvac’s 200 George Street redevelopment.

Hiromi brings a balanced blend of creativity and thoughtfulness to projects through her experience, gained as a leading architect, designer and planner.

Her expertise in design development, construction oversight, service coordination and abilities to liaise with clients, builders and local government authorities will ensure a smoothly run program from inception to completion.

Qualifications and professional affiliations:

Bachelor Engineering and Architecture, Osaka, Japan.
University of Technology Sydney, Master in Architecture (Town Planning).
University of Technology Sydney, Post Graduate Dip, Law (Dispute Resolution).
Architect NSW 8848.
Registered 1st Class architect (Japan) JFA187809.
Member of Planning Institute Australia as Accredited Planner (Urban Design) 44496.

 

Louis Faucheux

ARB Registration No 5478
Architect / Designer

Louis has over 20 years’ experience both locally and internationally in the design and delivery of architectural and interior design projects. His comprehensive understanding of all facets of the design, documentation and administration processes informs all aspects of his work.

Qualifications:

1988: Bachelor of Architecture, UNSW
1986: BSc (Architecture), UNSW

 

Graham Lauren

Director and General Manager

Graham has worked as a business journalist (with Fairfax Media and ACP Magazines, now Bauer Media) and manages the non-design activities of the firm, in its marketing, communications, business management and strategy formulation.

Qualifications and professional affiliations:

Tertiary and post-graduate UK qualifications in business, marketing and journalism
MBA (Technology), UNSW, Sydney