Building on the foundations laid down by the first partners when they established the practice in 1959, Parry and Rosenthal Architects is one of Western Australia’s most experienced and successful architectural consultancies. Our focus is on client service, design excellence and superb project management.
Our team is skilled, enthusiastic and friendly, and work with our clients to achieve the best possible outcome for each project, embracing the vision of our client, the functional requirements of the brief, the financial and time constraints of the budget and program, and the impact the project will have on the wider community and environment.
Our goal is to provide highly functional, economically sound, beautiful, timeless, and practical designs. We strive to provide inspiring buildings, spaces and environments that will lift one’s spirit and endure gracefully and elegantly over the long term.
Our continuous training program, quality assurance system and very low staff turnover result in a strong team ethic with established long-term relationships with clients, suppliers, consultants and contractors, high-quality design and documentation, and diligent, proactive project management from start to finish.
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Paul Rossen is a Director of Parry and Rosenthal Architects with over 35 years experience. Since graduating he has worked throughout Australia, London, Europe and North America. He is a member of several architectural and other boards, awards judging panels and professional committees.
Paul brings to the practice a particular expertise in professional practice, project management, strategic and master planning, design and contract administration.
Paul was recently awarded the Architects Board of WA Award for his ongoing contribution to the profession, and made a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects.
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Michael is a Director of Parry and Rosenthal Architects with 30 years of post-graduate experience and brings to the practice an in-depth knowledge of concept & detail design, documentation, building construction and contract administration.
Michael has led the design team for many of the practice’s award winning projects and has had extensive international experience having worked in South Africa, Britain, the USA and Japan.
He represents the practice on architectural design awards judging panels.
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Leon is a Director of Parry and Rosenthal Architects and has over 15 years of professional experience. He has a high level of expertise in all stages of project implementation, from initial briefing and design to contract administration.
Most recently, Leon led the team in the delivery of the multi-award winning Mother Teresa Catholic College in Baldivis, Western Australia.
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Adam is an Associate at Parry and Rosenthal Architects and has over 11 years of professional experience, 8 of those working at Parry and Rosenthal. Adam has worked on a range of award-winning projects in Australia, Italy, Dubai, the USA and New Zealand, from intimate interior fit-outs to large institutional developments and civil and transport infrastructure. This broad spectrum of experience has given him the skills and competency to complete all stages of a project from briefing and design, to contract administration and handover. Adam has a highly disciplined approach to the resolution of design and detailing which he applies to all projects he works on regardless of typology, scope and scale.
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Michelle joined the practice in 2006 and is now an Associate of Parry and Rosenthal Architects with a high level of expertise in the design and delivery of transport, infrastructure, education, police, justice and interior fitout projects in the private and public sectors throughout Western Australia.
Michelle recently led the team in the completion of the interior design and fit-out of 12 level office tower in the CBD and is currently working on the design of multiple office fitout and infrastructure and bridge projects throughout Western Australia.
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Todd has 20 years of professional experience in cutting-edge design and innovative thinking over a wide range of sectors including workplace, leisure, infrastructure, luxury residential, brand development and interior design. He worked for a decade at Foster+Partners in London where he oversaw a diverse number of projects around the world ranging from luxury hotels and high-profile offices to award-winning retail developments like the Apple stores. He has collaborated with many of the best known international architectural and design practices and brings this experience to the team at Parry and Rosenthal. He believes that design-led thinking is intrinsic to the success of any venture.
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Since joining Parry and Rosenthal Architects in 2012, Ian has become a key team member in delivering facilities for public and private user groups. He has gained extensive experience both locally and internationally working on a wide range of commercial and residential projects, with involvement in the briefing, master planning, design, documentation and contract administration. He has a strong design focus and sensibility, and a particular interest in how architectural and interior design can encourage learning and discovery.
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Wai Kin is an Associate at Parry and Rosenthal Architects and has over 17 years of professional experience, 12 of those working at Parry and Rosenthal Architects. He has a particular expertise in the design and delivery of primary, secondary and tertiary educational facilities throughout Western Australia. He has the experience and skills to confidently manage projects from client briefing and design through to construction and handover. He is highly competent in administering a wide range of construction contracts.