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AMP Capital design director Eve Clark has a clearly defined vision of how they are going to utilise their expertise to bring about transformative, commercially successful results.
Kerryn Wilmot, the research principal at Institute for Sustainable Futures at UTS is formerly an associate at Spowers Architects. Wilmot was the project leader for the industry-leading 60L Green Building in Carlton, Victoria that won a Banksia Award and influenced the uptake of sustainability in the commercial building sector. She says the concepts and methods to achieve regenerative development are set to become mainstream.
Integrated planning and design firm Urbis has appointed Richard Gibbs as its new economic and social advisory director
Architecture, urban design and planning practice, Architectus, has made four new appointments as a response to Australia’s construction boom.
As the Sustainability Manager – Residential for Frasers Property Australia, Rory Martin knows sustainability when he sees it – and he also knows very well what ‘greenwashing’ looks like, especially in our ever-growing residential construction sector.
Sydney practitioner and emeritus professor Alec Tzannes has been awarded Australian architecture’s highest honour, the Australian Institute of Architects’ Gold Medal.
The first round of ambassadors for the newest event to hit the market, FRONT, have just been announced.
Six Degrees founding director Mark Healy talks about how the firm used its experience in low-rise and mid-scale projects to design a vibrant community, and what the learning curve in designing a mixed use high rise project means for the firm’s future.
Kurt Boledziuk has been appointed as SJB Architects' Melbourne associate.
Identifying Sydney as one of the most inequitable cities in Australia, professor Helen Lochhead says the homogeneous city of her childhood, which had a large middle class, a small upper class and a robust working class, now shows a clear divide between the haves and the have-nots, often described geographically as the ‘latte line’.
As the executive director of the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC), Suzanne Toumbourou says that sustainability and quality in the built environment are synonymous with each other and need to be incorporated holistically. Thankfully, her view is slowly but surely also now the view of the majority of people in the industry.
Jeremy Spencer is director at design and building company Positive Footprints, and one of the judges on this year’s Sustainability Awards.