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Yuin woman Kaylie Salvatori, one of Arcadia’s student landscape architects and recipient of the 2018 UNSW Built Environment Arcadia Landscape Architecture Scholarship for Indigenous Students has acknowledged the influence of the many strong Indigenous women that have helped her reach her final year of Landscape Architecture at UNSW.
Long-serving principal and former director of Architectus, Ross Styles has recently retired, bringing to a close a distinguished career of some 50 years in the field of architectural design.
MGS Architects has appointed Katherine Sundermann as an associate director.
After announcing nineteen new appointments today James Grose, BVN CEO noted that, “These appointments reflect the continuing commitment and move to gender parity in staffing structure.”
Architectus director Mark Wilde is one of Australia’s foremost designers of courts and justice spaces. In this podcast edition of Talking Architecture and Design, he speaks with Architecture & Design about his passion for architecture and his interest in courthouse design.
Tanya Cox of the Green Building Council of Australia has been elected vice-chair of the World Green Building Council’s Board of Directors.
Dick Clarke is the principal at Envirotecture and also the jury chair on this year’s Sustainability Awards.
Steffen Welsch, the director of Steffen Welsch Architects won a Highly Commended award for Interior Architecture at the Sustainability Awards in 2017.
Brook Andrew has been announced as the artistic director of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney, to be held in 2020.
Global engineering, management and development consultancy Mott MacDonald has appointed Maria Mingallon as technical director for its advanced computational design practice (ACD) in Australia and New Zealand.
As the CEO of Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA), Harris’s main goal is to ensure that Australian industry has a sustainable future. By once again being a judge on the Sustainability Awards, Harris will apply her well-honed skills to judging the many entries that have been received.
Caroline Pidcock, director at Pidcock – Architecture + Sustainability, is one of our judges for this year’s Sustainability Awards. She is a member of the Living Futures Institute Australia, the Sacred Heart Education Ministry Boards, and an ambassador for the Al Gore Climate Change and 1 Million Women projects.