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Living Cities Forum 2019: International speakers announced
The first round of international speakers has been announced for the Living Cities Forum 2019, which after unprecedented success in Melbourne has expanded to Sydney.
News | 20/03/2019
Victorian architects compete for 2019 AIA awards
The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA)’s Victorian chapter has finalised the entries for this year’s Victorian Architecture Awards.
News | 14/03/2019
Architects design “flexible aged care” in Perth
SwanCare’s newest residential aged care facility has been designed as a flexible living space to cater for the next generation of aged care residents.
News | 05/02/2019
International design competition for Singaporean memorial
An international design competition has been launched, calling for design proposals for Singapore’s Founders’ Memorial, which is to be constructed in the Bay East Garden in Gardens by the Bay.
News | 15/01/2019
Developer scraps Zaha Hadid Architects’ Brisbane towers
Sunland Group has abandoned Zaha Hadid Architects’ plans for three residential towers in Toowong, Brisbane, after losing a long legal battle over the design.
News | 08/01/2019
How Syrian architects can start to rebuild – even in the devastation of war
In Syria, where the war has entered its eighth year, architects and urban planners can no longer wait for “post-war reconstruction” plans or “peace resolution”.
News | 22/10/2018
Banks’ treatment of architect-administered contracts discriminatory
Leading architecture industry groups have made a joint submission to the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry detailing the unfair treatment of architect-administered contracts by the banking sector.
News | 11/10/2018
NSW Government seeks architects to join planning panels
The Department of Planning and Environment is looking for experts to be State members on Sydney and Joint Regional Planning Panels.
News | 04/09/2018
Full program announced for inaugural 10-day SCCI Architecture Hub 2018
Keynotes, talks, panels, films and tours will contribute to a vibrant platform of events at the inaugural SCCI Architecture Hub 2018 being held in Paddington, NSW in October.
News | 31/08/2018
Last call to nominate your entry for the Emerging Architect Award
There are only a few days remaining for readers to nominate their choice for the Emerging Architect Award in the 2018 Sustainability Awards.
News | 21/08/2018
Architects masterplan and design the merger of two schools
Perth architects were faced with a big challenge when they were asked to facilitate the amalgamation of Hamilton Senior High School and South Fremantle Senior High School.
News | 07/08/2018
Top architecture firms reveal designs for Southbank site
The world’s leading architecture firms convened at the Future Cities Symposium to reveal their shortlisted designs for the $2 billion Southbank site in Melbourne.
News | 30/07/2018
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