ARM Architecture (Ashton Raggatt McDougall)
|Location||Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide, Australia|
|Significant works and honors|
ARM Architecture or Ashton Raggatt McDougall is an architectural firm with offices in Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide, Australia. The firm was founded in 1988 and has completed internationally renowned design work. ARM's founding directors were Stephen Ashton, Howard Raggatt, Ian McDougall.
ARM is known for "architectural outspokenness". ARM is highly regarded for its heritage and renewal projects including the refurbishment of Hamer Hall at Arts Centre Melbourne, the redevelopment of the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne, RMIT Storey Hall and the redevelopment of Melbourne Central Shopping Centre. ARM was also commissioned to prepare the masterplans for Melbourne Docklands, the Adelaide Festival Plaza Precinct and Elizabeth Quay in Perth. Recent projects include the Perth Arena and Wanangkura Stadium in Port Hedland.
A national survey of 600 architects conducted by the Architectural Review Australia found ARM to be considered the most influential architectural office in Australia in the period 1982-2007. ARM is the only Australian firm to win the Australian Institute of Architects' Premier State Award five times, most recently for the Perth Arena in Western Australia. Their design work has been featured on two Australian postage stamps.
ARM has designed some of Australia's landmark buildings including the following major architectural projects:
|1994||St Kilda Library||Melbourne, Victoria|||
|1995||RMIT Storey Hall||Melbourne, Victoria||
|2000||National Museum of Australia||Canberra|||
|2001||Marion Cultural Centre||Adelaide, South Australia|||
|2005||Melbourne Central Shopping Centre||Melbourne, Victoria||
|2006||Shrine of Remembrance Visitor Centre||Melbourne, Victoria||
|2007||Albury Library Museum||Albury, New South Wales||
|2008||Melbourne Recital Centre||Melbourne, Victoria|
|2008||Southbank Theatre||Melbourne, Victoria|
|2012||Hamer Hall||Melbourne, Victoria||
|2012||Perth Arena||Western Australia,||
|2012||Wanangkura Stadium||, Western Australia|
|2013||Administration building, National Museum of Australia||Canberra|
|2015||Geelong Library and Heritage Centre||Geelong, Victoria|
National Museum of Australia (2000)
Albury Library Museum (2007)
Melbourne Recital Centre (2008)
Perth Arena (2012)
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