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andover Pinder Architects’ work can be
seen all over Australia, and the East and
South-East Asian regions.
With an established global presence,
the firm recently celebrated 20 years since the
merger of Sandover Architects and Pinder &
Partners. Its current owners, Michael Henderson,
David Karotkin and Peter Giangiulio, along with
principal Robert Murray, have been with the firm
for the full 20 years, and have enjoyed watching it
grow and expand its services across a broad range
The directors are committed to contributing
to the cultural and social development of
the community both locally and nationally,
recently providing pro-bono services for the
development of the new WA Ballet Centre,
the North Cottesloe Surf Club, and the University
of Indonesia Health Campus.
An adjunct professor in the faculty of medicine
and dentistry at UWA, Michael Henderson is
a board member of WA Ballet, and the founder
and chair of the International Skills and Training
Institute in Health, as well as holding a number
of senior advisory positions with state and
commonwealth government agencies.
David Karotkin is a former state and national
president of the Australian Institute of Architects,
a director of the Museum of Freedom and Tolerance
WA, a director of Archicentre Pty Ltd, and a member
of the City of Perth Design Advisory Committee.
In 2010, Sandover Pinder entered into an
alliance partnership with dwp|suters, a national
architectural firm with offices in NSW, Vic and Qld.
This alliance allows the firm to collaborate on
large and complex projects, and to access specialist
From hospitals, courthouse buildings, police stations, and educational institutions to elite sporting facilities,
Sandover Pinder Architects has the expertise and experience required to deliver complex, bespoke projects.
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