Brett Sperling

Brett Sperling

Brett graduated from the UNSW in 1999 with first Class Honours
He joined Hill Thalis in November 2006.

Brett is the project architect for the Randwick Apartments use project. This project contains a street level retail space and 31 new apartments with a combination of 11 different dwelling types tailored to the particular site conditions.

He is continuing work on commercial projects, including the new Parisi Brothers’ Rose Bay Fruit Market. He is the project architect responsible for coordinating the design and consultant teams.

Brett is the project architect for a series of aged care housing units at the Cardinal Freeman Village in Ashfield. He is currently overseeing the construction of two of the buildings in an advisory role to the project managers Greengate.

Prior to joining Hill Thalis, Brett worked for 5 years with Coma Design, a multi-disciplinary firm specialising in retail and residential architecture. Whilst at Coma Design, Brett managed a variety of commercial projects from concept design stage through to construction documentation and final completion. He also managed several small scale residential projects through to DA approval. Some of the major projects Brett completed include the flagship stores for Ben Sherman, Morrissey and Gelatissimo and the office refurbishment for Grinham Managed Funds.

Brett also worked at Marchese + Partners and Marchese + Popov working on large scale residential projects. He also spent over 1 year working at Lippmann Associates being involved in residential projects and small scale commercial buildings, including the King George the IVth Recreational Center, Taylor House and the First Neon Office development.

Brett Sperling