Recently completed at the junction of Shenton Avenue and Grand Boulevard, the development is a joint project between the Perth Anglican Diocese and Perth Radiological Clinic.
It provides a new purpose-built home for Grace Anglican Church, specialist medical suites for Perth Radiological Clinic, a medical centre for GenesisCare, a stand-alone cafe and underground parking.
The building, officially opened in March, is a building within a building, looking like a church or medical suites depending on the vantage point.
Other notable buildings by the firm, started by German migrant George Meyer in 1963, include Joondalup’s Sanori House and ANZ House, developed between 1990 and 1992.
Building designer Stephen Shircore said they dealt with many project types ” commercial, retail, industrial, medical, interiors, sport/leisure and multi-residential.
‘In every project, we endeavour to make a sensitive contribution to the built environment,’ he said.