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Architecture & Design columnist Tone Wheeler and former Sustainability Awards judge Caroline Pidcock have been awarded the 2021 Leadership in Sustainability Prize from the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), as founders of the movement in Australia to demonstrate how sustainability can be delivered in the built environment.
Kaunitz Yeung Architecture has been awarded the Union of Architecture’s (UIA’s) Vassilis Sgoutas Prize for Implemented Architecture Serving the Impoverished, for their work in deprived communities.
After 140 years, researchers have rediscovered an Aboriginal ceremonial ground in Victoria’s East Gippsland. The site was host to the last young men’s initiation ceremony of the Gunaikurnai back in 1884, witnessed by the anthropologist A.W. Howitt.
Good design principles coupled with adaptability and flexibility are the foundations of a truly sustainable built environment.
ProGlide High Performance sliding doors from Alspec were adapted to fit the curved balconies of Bombora Apartments in Cronulla, NSW.
Cloud Architecture Studio conceptualised a new terrace house for a large family in inner Melbourne as an adaptable and flexible collection of spaces capable of ‘bending’ to the needs of the occupants well into the future.
A bathroom ventilation system is the fastest and most effective way to remove moisture and odours from the bathroom and draw fresh air into the space.
Inner West Council has named the 2021 Built Environment Awards winners, with conservation works to Annandale’s The Abbey designed by Letizia Coppo + Associates taking out the 2021 Marrickville Medal.
While much of the world’s great architecture is seen through our own eyes or via a still photo, many marvels are also seen behind the film camera lens. So, without further ado and in no particular order, here’s our favourite pieces of architecture seen in the world of film through the ages.
When you think about soil, you probably think of rolling fields of countryside. But what about urban soil? With city dwellers expected to account for 68% of the world’s population by 2050, this oft forgotten resource is increasingly important.
One of the immediate impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has and will continue to have on our industry is changes to the specifications on new projects.