ANDRONAS CONSERVATION ARCHITECTURE is an award-winning practice focused on heritage architecture.

ANDRONAS CONSERVATION ARCHITECTURE has evolved from Falkinger Andronas Pty Ltd Architects, Heritage Consultants for which Arthur Andronas has been sole director for nearly 10 years.

ANDRONAS CONSERVATION ARCHITECTURE believes that existing buildings are a precious resource and seeks creative ways to revitalise them for changing use patterns, cultural contexts and economic viability. We pride ourselves on our understanding of historic buildings, and the options available for conservation and adaptation.

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Arthur Andronas
Architect + Heritage Specialist

Qualifications & Affiliations:
Bachelor of Architecture (RMIT Melb)
Master of Arts - Conservation Studies (York UK)
Architect’s Registration Board Vic Reg No.C50406
Australian Institute of Architects – Associate
Association of Consulting Architects - Associate Member
Australia ICOMOS - Member
Association of Preservation Technology - Member

Curriculum Vitae
Arthur Andronas is the Director of Andronas Conservation Architecture, which evolved from Falkinger Andronas, Architects and Heritage Consultants (est. 1994), where he was sole director since 2000.

Arthur graduated from the RMIT School of Architecture in 1987 and became registered with the Architect's Registration Board of Victoria in the same year. He is an Associate member of the AIA, Australia International Committee of Monuments and of Sites (ICOMOS) and the Association of Preservation Technology. In 1989, he completed a Masters of Arts (Conservation Studies) at the University of York, UK. Arthur has also been the heritage advisor to a number of municipalities and shire.

Gabrielle Moylan

Gabrielle Moylan
Senior Heritage Architect

Qualifications & Affiliations:
Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) University of Melb
Architects Registration Board Victoria – Member
Australian Institute of Architects – Associate Member
Australia ICOMOS - Member
National Trust - Member

Curriculum Vitae
Gabrielle graduated with honours from the University of Melbourne in 1985. She is an Associate member of the RAIA and is a registered architect in Victoria. She was Chair of the National Trust’s Building Committee from 1998-2000, and remains an active member of the Committee.

Gabrielle has worked for the Heritage Branch of the Ministry for Planning and Environment (now Heritage Victoria) and for Ian James Smith Architects, Hawthorn. In 1989 Gabrielle moved to London where she gained extensive architectural experience largely in the area of architectural conservation.

She joined Falkinger Andronas Pty Ltd (now Andronas Conservation Architecture) upon her return to Melbourne in 1992. She also works as the Heritage Advisor for the City of Glen Eira. Gabrielle has worked on a wide range of conservation management plans and heritage impact statements for projects such as St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Ballarat, Ercildoune Homestead, Burrumbeet, ANZAC House, Melbourne, The Former Heidelberg Town Hall, and St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne.

Mim Butcher

Mim Butcher
Built Heritage Consultant

Qualifications & Affiliations:
Diploma of Building Design & Drafting (NMIT)
Bachelor of Design (Architecture) (Deakin)
Master of Cultural Heritage (Deakin)
Australia ICOMOS – Associate Member

Curriculum Vitae
Mim graduated from Deakin University with a Bachelor of Design in 2008 and has just recently completed a Master of Cultural Heritage, also at Deakin University. She is an associate member of Australia ICOMOS and a member of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia & New Zealand (SAHANZ).

Mim has worked for several architectural practices over the last ten years, managing the documentation of residential and retail designs.

Having always had a passionate interest in history, culture and heritage, Mim decided to pursue a career in built heritage conservation. Through Deakin University, she has participated in the Australia ICOMOS Mentoring Program and completed an internship at Heritage Victoria.

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