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    Ben Cooper-Woolley and the impact of blockchain technology on the built environment
    Ben Cooper-Woolley and the impact of blockchain technology on the built environment

    Ben Cooper-Woolley, an associate with Arup Digital and blockchain expert, explains how the widespread adoption of blockchain technology will eventually change processes within the architecture, engineering and construction sectors for the better.


    Camille Lattouf on how the growth of vertical schools is leading to a realignment of design
    Camille Lattouf on how the growth of vertical schools is leading to a realignment of design

    Camille Lattouf, associate in the urban planning team at Architectus, explains what the move to vertical schools will mean for designers and the students set to use them.


    "Resilience in the built environment is the ability to bend and flow as things happen around you": Robin Mellon
    "Resilience in the built environment is the ability to bend and flow as things happen around you": Robin Mellon

    As the first of our upcoming Talking Architecture & Design podcast series, we talk to Robin Mellon, CEO of Supply Chain Sustainability School, about the need for sustainability in the built environment and the supply chains that support the industry, transparency in procurement processes, modern slavery, designing and building for longevity, and the future of sustainability.


    Dr Phillip Roös: Melbourne’s liveability will be enhanced by biophilic metro stations
    Dr Phillip Roös: Melbourne’s liveability will be enhanced by biophilic metro stations

    Senior lecturer in architecture at Deakin University and principal technical advisor on sustainability to the Melbourne Metro Rail Authority, Dr Phillip Roös, says that when Melbourne get its new underground railway stations, they will not only be welcome additions to the city’s public transport network. They will also be first piece of Australian public infrastructure that will include this type of biophilic design, boosting Melbourne’s ecological credentials.


    ONE20's Adrian Light on how adaptive re-use can work
    ONE20's Adrian Light on how adaptive re-use can work

    Beyond the environmental, construction and design methods, as winner of the Heritage category at the 2017 Sustainability Awards, the Skipping Girl Vinegar factory conversion has fundamentally changed the construction process.


    "We should aim to have a longer collective memory of lessons learnt": Jacqueline Urford
    "We should aim to have a longer collective memory of lessons learnt": Jacqueline Urford

    With 25 years of experience, Jacqueline Urford has led architectural teams on a range of award-winning projects from urban design and master planning, to interior design, refurbishment and adaptive re-use. Jacqueline speaks to Architecture & Design about Harry Seidler, her influences, art, designing in Sydney and what good design solutions really look like.


    Bates Smart goes for a hat-trick of promotions
    Bates Smart goes for a hat-trick of promotions

    Just in time for the end of year festivities, Bates Smart has had a change at the top end of its business with three leadership promotions, which are designed, it says, to expand the firm’s capabilities with its ongoing industry relationships.


    Kate Cullity on abstracted landscapes and the ‘distillation’ of place
    Kate Cullity on abstracted landscapes and the ‘distillation’ of place

    Since its inception, T.C.L.’s work has become notable for a certain quality of distillation. This isn’t to say there’s anything missing from their projects, but neither is there anything ostentatious; nothing showy for the sake of it.


    Vale Neil Clerehan
    Vale Neil Clerehan

    Australian architect and writer, Neil Clerehan, passed away on 10 November.


    Shane Rothe and Kim Lowman on scientific architecture and bigger-picture design
    Shane Rothe and Kim Lowman on scientific architecture and bigger-picture design

    As they enter their 25th year leading large-scale projects around the country, Architecture & Design sat down with the Rothelowman co-founders to talk about the philosophy that has gotten them to where they are today.


    SJB appoints new Melbourne-based director
    SJB appoints new Melbourne-based director

    Fiona Coakley has been appointed as the director of SJB Architects’ Melbourne studio.


    Brisbane, buildings that breathe and sustainable design: interview with Elizabeth Watson Brown
    Brisbane, buildings that breathe and sustainable design: interview with Elizabeth Watson Brown

    Sustainability Awards judge Elizabeth Watson Brown joined Architectus as design director after more than two decades running her own firm. She is also well-known participant in a number of architectural and urban design discourse roles.


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