Dominique personally guides and directs every project from start to finish.
Clients appreciate her direct manner and no-fuss approach.
Dominique’s talent is space planning. She enjoys creating optimal living and working environments with signature clean lines, classic colour palettes, and practical comfort.
She is the current Treasurer of the Building Designer's Association of Victoria, (judging many recent awards), is a Victorian Registered Building Practitioner, and an active member of the Design Institute of Australia.
Dominique graduated with Distinction from the Queensland University of Technology in 1995, receiving a Bachelor of Built Environment majoring in Interior Design.
Antony provides the professional behind-the-scenes management of Hunter & Richards.
He can readily turn his hand to many tasks and has a keen sense of emerging trends.
As well as working closely with Dominique on interior design projects, Antony spends any spare time developing products and bringing them to market.
Antony graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 1995, receiving a Bachelor of Built Environment majoring in Industrial Design.
Prior to this he received a Bachelor of Visual Art, majoring in Jewellery and Silversmithing.
In March 2016, Antony received a Red Dot Award: Product Design for the Little Bishop Pendant Light Hook.
The Design Institute of Australia is the voice of professional design in Australia, as well as a professional membership body for designers.
Membership in the DIA indicates a designer’s status as a qualified, experienced, ethical practicing professional and provides designers with support, networking, services and information to improve their professional practice. It provides a wealth of contacts, and connects designers with colleagues from many industry areas.
The Building Designers Association of Victoria Incorporated (BDAV) is an industry association, which represents building design and drafting professionals. Founded in 1983, the BDAV is a non-profit organisation registered under the Victorian Associations Incorporation Act to promote and advance the profession of building design.
Hunter & Richards are Registered Building Practitioners. Building contractors in Victoria are required to carry insurance to protect you as a consumer. It is the law for building works in excess of $12,000, in accordance with the Building Act 1983. Always ask your building contractor for their building registration number. If they are not registered, they are more than likely not qualified to carry out the proposed work, meaning their work will be un-insurable.