Anne Hindley RAIA MDIA
Director & Principal Architect
Prior to launching Hindley & Co, Anne spent over 30 years working for acclaimed international and local architects. In New York she began her career (while living in an unheated loft in downtown Soho) with Smith-Miller & Hawkinson (on the design team for the award winning Corning Museum of Glass), SITE, and Gaetano Pesce. She was employed by Daryl Jackson (Australia) and Bligh Voller Nield for Etihad Stadium, then returned overseas to work on projects such as the £9bn landmark Battersea Power Station redevelopment, an Austrian ski/spa resort, and a medium density apartment complex with French studio, MAX Architectes.
Back home, Anne approached architect Allan Powell, whom she much admired, and went on to work with him for six years as Senior Architect. She was Project Architect for award-winning projects Bundoora West Lecture Theatre, and the heritage-listed Anchorage, in Sorrento, as well as many other beautiful residential projects.
Anne has an astute understanding of the importance of well-resolved details to create particular moods in architecture and her background in philosophy informs her humanistic approach to design. She leads all design and projects within her studio.
Bachelor of Architecture (Honours), RMIT University
Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy), University of Melbourne
Registered Architect, Architects Registration Board of Victoria
Registered Architect, Board of Architects of Tasmania
Accredited Designer, Design Institute of Australia