Crone Architects has appointed Ashley Dennis to principal – Design, Architecture while the introduction of Paul Brace and Martin Stacey will provide new leadership to the team.  

Both Brace and Stacey bring considerable experience to the practice with Brace joining as principal – Interior Design and Stacey as associate director – Technical Design Delivery.

Crone CEO and chairman, Greg Crone, says, “We are excited to recognise the exceptional talent and dedication of staff with a number of promotions. Their achievements over the past two years have enabled the firm to achieve new levels of design excellence and secure a number of awards including the recent Chicago Athenaeum’s International Architecture Award for Museum Design for Orange Regional Museum.”

With a tenure of close to 10 years, Dennis is one of Crone Architect’s lead designers, and has been instrumental in the design and delivery of significant civic developments including the Orange Regional Museum, awarded the prestigious Sulman Medal NSW in 2017 for Public Architecture, and The Connection – Rhodes community precinct.

 The practice also announced the promotion of:

  • Stephen Harris – associate director 
  • Andrew Woodward – senior associate 
  • Sally Hsu – senior associate 
  • Maria Strandberg – associate 
  • Ryan Williams – associate