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Australia has a great tradition of industrial design and invention; but our everyday consumer goods tend to world's worst practice.
Professor Richard Blythe has been appointed as Curtin University’s new Pro Vice-Chancellor of Humanities, backed by his distinguished career as both university leader and practical achievements in the field of architecture.
The Energy Efficiency Council has elected Dr Mary Stewart as its new President, with the globally-recognised sustainability expert bringing two decades of experience to the role.
Design Worldwide Partnership has announced Mat Dalby as their new Interior Design Director for Australia and New Zealand.
We hear a lot about the failure of ventilation in quarantine hotels leading to cross contamination. But how does the design of hotels lead to these disasters? The answer lies in the somewhat arcane world of mechanical engineers designing HVAC, Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning.
Proud Kalkatungu woman Laree Barney has been awarded the 2021 Queensland University of Technology Indigenous Landscape Architecture Scholarship by Arcadia, after impressing the interview panel with her mature outlook and passion for design.
It takes a very special person to become an Ambassador for the Sustainability Awards and, this year, we have gathered together an exceptional group of individuals that lead by their example.
On April 13 this year my column paid tribute to artist and teacher Marr Grounds. I got a few responses, none more elegant that one from fellow student Peter Bicevskis, who wrote: “Marr touched all our lives at a formative age and his imprint has been with us all through the course of our lives”.
GHD has announced that James Viray has been appointed as their new Sustainability Leader.
The Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) has confirmed the departure of Executive Director and Sustainability Awards Judge Suzanne Toumbourou, who has been appointed CEO of the Australian Council of Recycling.
Designing a taxi is an interesting project. Not only are there the hardware problems (an appropriate car and interior) but also software problems (organizing and ordering taxis). Both parts have a long and vexed history worldwide, from London’s black cabs to Bangkok’s Tuk Tuks, but the New York ‘Yellow Cab’ can best illustrate the current issues in western cities.
The 2021 Australian Institute of Architects Dulux Study Tour will see five early-career architects make their way across the country later this year. Cumulus Associate Liz Walsh has been awarded with a place on the tour, with the architect awarded for an already decorated career.