Lack of Women Keynotes at AIA Convention Highlights Equality Issues
“The Keynote panel is in no way representative of our collective intellect,” read the letter from over 50 architects and firms challenging the lack of women...
International Awards Recognise Australian Architects Abroad
The AIA has announced the winners of their 2015 International Architecture Awards.
AIA Announces 2015/16 ‘Droga Architects in Residence’
Three diverse international architects will participate in the Australian Institute of Architects’ Droga Architect in Residence 2015/16 program.
Building Designers Furious Over Demeaning Architects Campaign
The Australian Institute of Architects' latest consumer engagement campaign has raised hackles amongst building designers by denigrating their qualifications.
Green Building Associations Working to Align Standards
Several groups that work for sustainable buildings are collaborating on aligning green building codes and standards. The International Code Council (ICC), the U.S. Green Building Council...
Melbourne’s New Home for Architecture Opens
The Australian Institute of Architects’ Victorian chapter has officially moved into its new home, dubbed 41X, a building that was eight years in the making.
AIA’s First Architect in Residence Announced
Spanish architect, Dr Carmen Fiol-Costa has been awarded the inaugural Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Droga Architect in Residence.