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We talk to Crone COO Kathlyn Loseby on what makes a successful parental leave program and how her firm has managed to turn this hallmark policy of workplace flexibility into an efficiency enabler.
Global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon has appointed three new leaders, Karl Wilkinson, Craig Stevenson and Anita Milne to help deliver New Zealand’s rising need for more sustainable, efficient and resilient buildings.
As designers, we look for the needs and problems facing clients and communities then unpack them through the project, translating and distilling them into suitable typologies, writes Jonothan Cowle, associate principal at Rothelowman.
One of the most recognisable, and at times, outspoken personalities in the architecture space, Tone Wheeler is set to host this year’s Sustainability Live event.
Sustainability Live is a CPD event that comprises seven panels in a Q & A format that allows the audience to ask questions and interact with the various speakers and moderators on what will be a jam-packed day of information and discussion.
Cox Architecture urban designer HY William Chan is set to showcase his social entrepreneurship concept at the UN in New York.
Ross Styles is the recently-retired director of Architectus with a distinguished career spanning about 50 years.
The inaugural Habitus House of the Year competition jury has been carefully selected to represent a cross-section of the leading thinkers and do-ers in regional residential design.
New Zealand-based Warren and Mahoney has boosted its senior leadership team with the appointment of two principals at its Auckland studio.
Ahead of his appearance at the upcoming event, Outside the Square, Peter Phibbs, professor of Urban Planning offers a frank assessment of the issues causing the housing affordability crisis.
One of Europe’s best architects and leading thinkers on the creation of public spaces is visiting Sydney this week to share her experience in designing international award-winning public places.
With the current multi-storey evacuation protocol to leave behind people with mobility impairments during an emergency, it’s more important than ever before for evacuation chairs to be compulsory in every Australian high-rise building.