Architectural Staff Continue to Enjoy Good Times
Architects continue to enjoy relatively strong employment conditions for now despite a downturn in the residential market.
Do Female Architects Embody the Perfection Myth?
Female architects can often push themselves too hard in trying to reach the impossible goal of creating the truly perfect building.
Architecture Billings Index Growth Remains Positive
For the sixth consecutive month, architecture firms reported increasing demand for design services, as reflected in the July Architecture Billings Index (ABI).
Does Australia’s Architecture Profession Lack Hard Data About Itself?
In any business, demonstrating the value of services provided is critical, as is understanding how one’s business is performing.
Aussie Architects Blitz on World Stage
Architecture firms in Australia continue to be recognised on the international stage, with six practices being named in a listing of the world’s Top 100 firms.
How Architects Can Manage Major Change Within Their Practices
Those working within what at the start of December was the Perth office of health, community, education, transport and defence architecture firm Designinc know what it...
USA, Australia and New Zealand Implement Reciprocal Architecture Licensing
Architects certified in either the USA, Australia or New Zealand are now able to gain reciprocal licenses in all of the three countries thanks to a...
Perth Architecture Firm Collapses One Week After Spin Out
A Perth based architecture practice has collapsed just one week after being spun out from a larger practice, media outlets have reported.