HHH 40th Anniversary Celebrating 40 years of Architecture

HHH was established on the Gold Coast in 1978 and celebrates 40 years contribution to the continuous period of change Australia’s premier internationally acclaimed leisure, resort and tourism destination has undergone since. 

In 1978 Silver Goldberg Hamilton a Perth based firm was engaged by developer Eddie Kornhauser to create the largest comprehensive commercial development in Australia, Paradise Centre in the heart of Surfers Paradise. Stage 2 added a 40 storey tower linked to the twin tower residential development and over 4 ha. of shopping mall, fronting onto the famous Cavill Mall. 

Alan Hayes and Lach Henderson partnered with Max Hamilton for Stage 2 reinventing the firm to become one of the Gold Coast’s most enduring professional service practices which on this night celebrates 40 years of Architecture. 

Original partners Dennis Silver and Yosse Goldberg made the trips from Perth and Sydney to join clients past and present, suppliers, colleagues, staff, family and friends. Located in Paradise Centre The Hard Rock Café provided a fitting venue. 

170 plus guest list enjoyed sumptuous canapes and premium drinks. It was a wonderful evening full of laughter, exchanging of stories, reuniting of colleagues, speeches provided by the next generation of partners Nik Mitens and Aaron Beattie and of course a tribute to Maxwell Hamilton the firm’s founding partner. Oh what a night !

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HHH are looking for experienced project leaders

We are looking for proven ability in technical design development across multiple sectors, such as retail, commercial, hospitality or multi-residential, from concept to construction phase. You will be working within a great studio environment and a small, friendly team. We are based in one of the Gold Coast’s creative hubs near Miami beach.

Flexible work arrangements are offered to suit each individual along with salary to match experience.

Please send your CV to nikm@hhh.com.au