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In considering the state of workplace, learning and hospitality design, FRONT.design Ambassador, Simone Oliver of Architectus, outlines the defining influences of our time and design’s role within that.
FRONT.design ambassador, Liam Timms of International Towers, speaks on the importance of diversity and collaboration as a facilitator of change.
Tone Wheeler talks (and muses via podcast) about Jane Jacobs and her activism to preserve quality of life in New York; Rachel Carson who connected the disappearance of birds to the use of DDT; Barbara Ward, the economist and her Spaceship Earth theory; and Donella Meadows, an ecologist who co-authored the book The Limits to Growth.
The City of Sydney is supporting 20 emerging climate leaders and their innovative, environmental projects through the C40’s renowned Women4Climate mentoring program.
Former NSW Government Architect, Peter Poulet has been appointed as professor of Practice Architecture for the Western Sydney University School of the Built Environment.
Global design practice Gensler has just appointed workplace design expert Cathy Jameson as the newest design director, bringing additional capability to the team.
Multi-disciplinary practice Hames Sharley has appointed three senior leaders across its practice to encourage what it is calling a ‘new age of built spaces’.
Global workplace interior design and fit-out business, Unispace, has appointed Julie Watts to the position of design principal, based in Melbourne.
Indigenous student Kaylie Salvatori has forged a path to success in landscape architecture, incorporating her artistic talent, knowledge of Indigenous practices and desire to make a difference to people and the environment.
As a multi-disciplinary firm with a reputation for open exchange, research, and design excellence, Hayball says that it has remained proactive in its approach to nurturing and developing the careers of its greatest asset—its people.
Chief executive officer and managing director of Mirvac Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz has been appointed chair of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) taking over from Rod Fehring who steps down after two years in the role.
According to a press release from architecture firm BVN, has much like in previous years, promoted an entire troop of new architects and designers in one go, with this year 39 receiving the nod.