Sherson Architecture (SA) is a design-based practice, established in 2020 and founded by Brett Sherson delivering architectural projects in Sydney, Wollongong, Shoalhaven and South-East coast of NSW.
SAs mission is to create Healing Architecture focusing on ecotourism, health care buildings, public buildings and the residential sector with the belief architecture must promote healing for humans, the environment and understand the human component to the built setting.
Driven by experience, with a focus on clients needs Sherson Architecture works alongside each client always implementing the most appropriate design solutions to drive a project to completion. SA is currently delivering projects in Sydney, Wollongong and Ulladulla for clients across multiple sectors.
Offering expertise across a range of architectural services including concept design, design development, feasibility, design management, master planning, design documentation and contract administration. Whilst having expertise in health care buildings Sherson architecture also has a passion in the design and delivery of eco-tourism, public buildings, and the residential sector.
Sherson Architecture, currently operating out of the Illawarra is an A+ Member of the Australian Institute of Architects while Brett Sherson is a mentor with the Australian Institute of architects, a member of the Australian Health Design Council and a member of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Consumer Council.
With the belief architecture should improve the health of the people that use a space whilst supporting the sustainability of the environment that surrounds us. An architectural outcome should be functional, liveable, healthy and respond to community, place and territory.
Brett Sherson B.Arch (Hons), Dip Arch, Cert IV PM. NSW Registration number 8622
With a passion for the design and delivery of buildings that provide health care environments, Brett has a rare combination of strategic planning, design development, design management and building analysis skills used to manage significant projects.
Brett has formal training and registration in architecture, project management, specialist dementia design certification, clinical service planning and architectural technology whilst also being a member of the Australian Institute of Architects, the Australians Health Design Council and the Sydney Children’s Hospital Consumer Council.
Brett is a mentor with the Australian Institute of Architects which provides support to other architects navigating their way through the profession. He understands that successful project delivery requires collaboration and open dialogue between the client, the design team and key stakeholders.
Annabel Blackman completed a Master of Architecture at the University of Technology, Sydney, in 2017. She will be utilizing her skills across multiple architectural types including residential, public projects and health projects.