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We created BuildHer Collective to empower women with the right tools to build the home of their dreams. With the right advice and support, building and renovating can be such a fun and rewarding experience!

Building is not as hard as you think! We have created an online course that guides you through every step along the journey, with the support of like-minded women.

If you want to take the next step towards your dream home, get in touch for a free consultation, no catches or commitments.
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Meet the Founders

REBEKA MORGAN

Rebeka Morgan’s desire to help women build is driven from the many enquires she receives, her thirst for knowledge, her vast business experience and passion for building.

Rebeka is no stranger to construction, as a teenager she worked in her family floor coverings business in Melbourne which lead her to have a strong interest in both Entrepreneurship and Construction. Having spent the last 14 years in the building industry in various management roles initially focusing on commercial construction where she was general manager of a commercial building company; more recently Rebeka has been successfully redeveloping residential properties, which have broken sales records in Northcote. Rebeka is CEO of Beirin Projects which focus’ on high end renovation and construction in the inner North.  She is passionate about sharing knowledge and experience and in her spare time she is a tutor at Swinburne University. A successful serial Entrepreneur with a Master’s Degree in Entrepreneurship and Innovation this compliments her degree in Construction Management, love of the build form and seeing project come alive from inception to completion.

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KRIBASHINI HANNON

Kribashini Hannon has a wealth of personal and professional experience to help and support women build and renovate.

Kribashini fell in love with construction when she was only a child. Inspired by running around at her father’s glass factory while growing up in Wellington, NZ, Kribashini quickly developed a deep passion for Construction and Project Management. This resolve stuck with her through university, leading her to get her Bachelor’s Degree in Building Science from VU and a Master of Project Management from RMIT. Over 13 years later, Kribashini remains highly passionate about the built environment and spends time managing commercial projects. Having been through her own home renovation, Kribashini wants to share her insights, experience and knowledge with other like-minded women and help them feel confident about building.

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by our blog

An Insight into Buying Art – What, Where and How?

BUILDHER EMILY MACALPINE FROM MARG.STUDIO EXPLAINS Today we have a real treat! One of our incredibly talented BuildHers, Emily MacAlphine, an interior designer and art advocate from MARG.Studio has written a guest blog post on how to choose, buy, frame and hang artwork!MARG.Studio is a Melbourne based interior design studio specialising in designing for a long time…

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Up Close & Personal with Ben Callery Architects

THE TEAM BEHIND BUILDHER8’S RATHMINES PROJECT We all know that there are many different types of residential architects. Their purview can range from modest homes to an entire city, involving design, develop, present, and management all sorts of projects. Choosing the right one will go a long way in helping you achieve your desired outcome.…

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A BuildHer Building Tale with Alison Lewis

LET’S TAKE A DEEPER DIVE INTO HER KEW RENOVATION Like many of us, Alison has worn a number of hats, collecting experience in a range of complimentary roles that led her to the hard hat she wears now. Harnessing the analytical side of her brain for her early career years working in cybersecurity and finance,…

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PROJECT CO-LAB WITH THE BUILDHER8 (RATHMINES PROJECT)

INTRODUCING THE BUILDHER8 In an exciting leap, BuildHer Collective’s next development is a completely unique model, a Community Collaboration Project with the BuildHer8. Born from a desire to help women build, we’re using our next project to demonstrate a new market model for funding property developments and growing wealth, together. Property development doesn’t have to…

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A BuildHer Building Tale with Ivy Huang

Ivy Huang and her partner Adrian were on the hunt for a family home. Finding the Melbourne property market within their budget overall disappointing, Ivy changed strategy, and was won over by a really old 1910 Edwardian weatherboard cottage with great bones, huge bedrooms and 3.5m ceilings. Set on a quiet Armadale cul-de-sac minutes from…

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BuildHer Moments of 2019

BuildHer moments of 2019 2019 has come and gone! And it’s been such a huge year for us at BuildHer Collective. We just wanted to take a minute to share a few of our highlights – most of which involve ALL OUR LOVELY MEMBERS. From finished dream homes, to auctions and developments … family and…

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Cute Christmas wrapping ideas made easy peasy!

  What’s Christmas if we can’t discuss the serious issues at this time of the year??? I mean… Christmas wrapping… If this issue is not at the top of your list then who even are you!! If you’ve read our latest newsletter, you’d know that we helped you sort all your gift giving needs out…

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ALL OF THE LIGHTS!

‘Without light, colour does not exist…’ This is a statement I have never forgotten since my studies at Design School. It reminds us just how important lighting is not only in design but in life in general. Some lucky BuildHers were fortunate enough to visit One Mani House earlier in the year which was a…

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Styling Bone Inlay with Mahlia Interiors

You may have noticed that we had a few pieces of bone inlay featured in the Bayview house. This was the first BuildHer house that we’ve styled with inlay, but we wanted to add a new texture to the mix, and we love the way that these pieces make a statement. Inlay creates a point…

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