Why Architects are Stuck at Bottom of Construction Pay Scale
With around $218.4 billion worth of work having been done on the construction of houses, commercial buildings and civil infrastructure over the year to March, Australia’s...
Architects Must be Dynamite on Copyright Protection
In early 2000 and late 2001, Victorian based Barnett Property Group opened two display homes in the Melbourne outer eastern suburbs of Beaconsfield and Rowville respectively...
Architects Need to Develop Marketing and Leadership Skills
Around Australia, many architects are knowledgeable, capable and passionate about design, but many are less keen on promoting themselves and their firms or to evolve into...
As an Architect, Do You Value Your Personal Story?
A few months ago, I bought a couple of fabulous apartments off the plan.
Architects Must Be Careful About Legal Liability
Amid the Senate Inquiry Into Non-Conforming Building Products, issues associated with the use of materials which do not meet the requirements of the National Construction Code...
Why is Networking so Challenging for Architects?
Why does the word networking create fear within many accomplished creative people, in particular architects?
Architects Should Avoid Critical Risks When Signing Contracts
In any commercial agreement, rules by which the parties will abide are determined by the contract.
Technology Skills Drive Architecture Demand
Architects with high levels of ability in technologies such as BIM, virtual reality and 3D printing are in strong demand, a new report reveals.
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...
Project Architects, Revit Technicians in Good Demand
Project lead architects as well as Revit technicians have emerged as likely areas of demand for architectural staff early in the new year, a new report...