Jarrod Reedie is the Assistant Editor of Architecture & Design's digital and physical publications. Since joining the masthead in 2021, the budding writer has penned a number of articles on defining residential, commercial, cultural and education projects both at home and abroad. Reedie was recently given exclusive access to Moreau Kusunoki and Genton's Powerhouse Parramatta project, recognised as the biggest cultural project to be built in Australia since the Sydney Opera House.



Marriott announces a second Sydney Moxy
Following the recent opening of its inaugural Moxy hotel at Sydney Airport, Marriott has finalised an agreement for a second Moxy offering in the harbour city, this time in Pitt Street.
UTS unveils winning concept of Indigenous College
A stunning concept created by Greenaway Architects, Warren and Mahoney and OCULUS has won the design competition for UTS’ future National First Nations College, with the design’s connection to Country and Indigenous themes to create what the university describes as an exceptional student experience.
The winners of the Living Building Challenge
The Living Future Institute of Australia has unveiled the winners of the ILLUMANATE Living Building Challenge Design Competition, which asked contestants to design the most regenerative, and restorative, heritage-listed building in Australia.
Minns announces housing manifesto: A look at Sydney’s future
The NSW Government has officially announced a suite of plans to combat the state’s housing crisis head on, with 185,000 homes to be created via changes to zoning and planning rules, developer concessions and the alteration of the future Metro West line.
Introducing Australia’s first LDI-protected precinct
The Parq, developed by Urban Property Group and designed by Urban Link Architects has officially opened in Bexley, with the precinct the nation’s first Latent Defects Insurance (LDI) building.
International student taxes should be avoided given PBSA’s importance to property market, Property Council says
Taxes on international students who undertake tertiary study in Australia should be quashed, says the Student Accommodation Council, with purpose built student accommodation responsible for 80,000 people taken out of the residential rental market each year.