In conclusion, the Stan & Jean Perron Child Advocacy Centre embodies the spirit of the community it supports. It serves as a lifeline for those affected by abuse, demonstrating how architectural and interior design can make a profound impact.
Hunt Architects acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and conduct our business.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present. We value their continuing culture and contribution to the life of our nation, regions and cities.
Community Spirit & Supporting our Nation’s Youth
Stan & Jean Perron Child Advocacy Centre
The Stan & Jean Perron Child Advocacy Centre is a housing facility for children and young people affected by the trauma of abuse. The was advocacy centre the second of its kind in Australia. This collaborative endeavor brings together various organizations, including Parkerville Children and Youth Care, WA Police, Department of Child Protection, Ngala, Raphael Services, and Yokai.
Their concerted efforts ensure a comprehensive and accessible support system for those in need.The Stan & Jean Perron Child Advocacy Centre serves a critical role in the support system for children and young people who have endured the trauma of abuse. Nestled within the historic railway workshops precinct, this facility, the second of its kind in Australia, operates as a central hub for integrated services and care providers.
Creating the Stan & Jean Perron Child Advocacy Centre meant having to meet strict requirements as a part of the full architectural and interior service scope. This unique challenge required our architects and interior designers to respect the precinct’s context while prioritizing the facility’s functionality and comfort. The careful selection of materials played a pivotal role in achieving this balance. Every choice, from flooring to lighting fixtures, was made with a dual focus on aesthetics and practicality.