Where Will You Be In Five Years?
As an architect, creator, designer where will you be in five-years’ time?
Architects Lay Down Challenge to Morrison
A leading architecture body has challenged the re-elected Morrison Government to prioritise important reforms concerning the built environment.
Construction Salaries Remain Stuck
Despite the construction boom, large pay increases for built environment professionals throughout Australia remain hard to come by.
Indoor Air Quality – The Science and the Low Hanging Fruit
In school, we learnt the role trees and plants have in producing the oxygen we breathe.
Australia Must Have an Embodied Energy Policy
Amid increasing world awareness that impacts of climate change present a clear and present danger to our future generations, the debate about what measures Australia can...
Who’s Afraid of the Freaky Ghost?
It seems that in every building or construction project there are hidden items that end up costing someone on the project more than they had planned.
AIA Calls for National Architecture Policy in Federal Election
A leading industry body has called on the next government to adopt a national policy for architecture, saying that such a policy would help to to...
Biophilic Design is Good Design, Everything Else is Worthless
There’s been increasing chatter around the concept of biophilic design lately and while it’s great to hear, I wonder if we are all-talk, no action. Think...
‘Resale’ Drives Boring Home Design
Back around the 1950s, an era of innovation was unleashed as the design of many new homes in Australia broke away from the restrictions of a...
Designs Unveiled for Melbourne CBD’s Largest Timber Building
The designs for what is claimed will be the largest timber building in Melbourne’s CBD have been unveiled.
Architects Hail Fed Square Protection
The Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Chapter warmly welcomes Heritage Victoria’s decision regarding Federation Square which recognises, values and upholds the significance of this iconic site.
ACA Gest a New Leader
One of Australia’s leading architecture bodies has appointed its first chief executive officer as it seeks to build its voice within the architecture profession, extend its...
Australian Institute of Architects Welcomes New CEO
The Australian Institute of Architects has today announced the appointment of Julia Cambage to the position of Chief Executive Officer for the architecture profession’s peak body.
Library Design for the Digital Age
In days gone by, much of the role and function of public libraries throughout Australia involved reading and borrowing hard copy books.
Architects Must Overcome Engineering Detail Challenge
For many architects in Australia, a core part of their roles involves the ability to think, dream and create.
MIT-style University Set for Sydney's West
A Sydney version of famed US technology university the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is bound for the multi-billion dollar city being built alongside the new...
NT:Designs Wanted for Desert Bike Adventure
The Northern Territory government has invited tenders to design and build a $12 million bicycle trail and luxury camps along the new path in Central Australia.
US Congress Approves Funding for Architecture Education
The labor shortage currently plaguing the American construction industry might see relief in coming years.