Introducing David Evans

We are pleased to announce David Evans has joined Powe Architects as Associate Director. David will have a key role in Business Development and client relationship management, working to expand our client base whilst continuing to provide creative solutions for existing clients.

Powe True Colours

Powe True Colours is raising much needed funds for the Fight Cancer Foundation by supporting Footy Colours Day 2018.
Funds raised through Footy Colours Day help young learners continue with their education while receiving treatment for cancer through Fight Cancer Foundation’s education support programs.

It’s a hairy time for Team POWESTACHE

Things are getting hairy at this end of Movember. Over the past 28 days, we’ve committed our upper lips (itching and all!) to help change the face of men’s health. We have been overwhelmed with the generosity and support shown to our fundraising efforts so far: click through the link below to check our progress.

What’s new in Buderim?

Powe Architects is excited to be involved in the next stage of delivering the Buderim Retail Centre. After a long time in planning and approvals, we are looking forward to delivering this project for Harvest Property.

Team POWESTACHE – Movember 2017

It’s Movember 1st!

This Movember we’ve committed our upper lips to help change the face of men’s health. We’re growing our moustaches for 30 days, and we need your support.

We are supporting the Movember Foundation because they’re tackling some of the most significant health issues men face. Globally, men die 6 years earlier than women and around the world, 510,000 men die from suicide each year. That’s one every minute. We want to make a difference.

Movember fundraising is helping us keep the men we love around longer. Will you support us and be the difference too?

There are two ways you can contribute to our Mo growing effort:
Donate online at Team POWESTACHE.

Or, write a cheque to ‘Movember’ referencing my registration ID (13588951) and mail it to: Movember, PO Box 60, East Melbourne, VIC 8002, Australia

Learn about the important work Movember is funding and the impact your donation will have.

Together, we can change the way the world looks at mental health.

 

 

Playgrounds of New Zealand

By Iona Mansfield

Fantastic, thrilling, stunning, amazing and dangerous? The plans were simple, the expectations high. Then reality hit – three weeks in a motorhome with three active children.  After visiting family with much boredom from the three youngest members of our family, we finally began our playground holiday of New Zealand.

We soaked in hot thermal pools, squeezed into small novelty trains (watch your head!), lazed in steaming hot puddles at hot water beach. We tramped through fern lined bush tracks, explored dark gold mine tunnels, threw countless snow balls and drove up ice covered mountain tracks. The views were stunning at every turn, but so were the unprotected shear drops!

We swayed our way through a swing bridge playground between tall trees. “STOP swaying and bouncing on the bridges” we hear Dad scream in the darkness of night. Then onto a railway ride – in a converted golf cart. Closely followed by the extreme sport of the “luge”, hurtling down the hill with reckless abandon.

Then of course there were the extreme slides, giant hamster wheels and impressively long zip lines of the public playgrounds, but that’s a whole other story.