Venice Architecture Biennale
Augmented Australia by creative team felix._Giles_Anderson+Goad will bring 21 unrealised Australian projects to life through three-dimensional augmented models, images, voiceovers and animations. The exhibition will comprise of historical designs, unbuilt public buildings by contemporary architects and the new Australian Pavilion by Denton Corker Marshall.
For more information on the exhibition, creative directors, and visiting the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, visit www.architecture.com.au/venicebiennale
2014 Regional Speaker Series
Kunlé Adeyemi, Nigeria | The Netherlands
Unfortunately due to issues with flights Kunlé Adeyemi was unable to make it to Australia in time for the tour causing in a cancellation of the 2014 Regional Speaker Series.
International Speaker Series Simone Carena, Italy | Seoul
Simone Carena, architect from Italy/Seoul, visited Australia in October as part of the 2014 International Speaker Series!
Simone Carena is co-founder of MOTOElastico, the best Italian architecture office in Korea.Based at the most controversial frontier of Asia, MOTOElastico is a groundbreaking firm with projects published internationally. The field of exploration is vast and uncharted: architecture, interiors, design, exhibition, media, art. The 'moto-elastico' bounces between Korean know-how and the Italian why-not.
International Speaker Series Teresa Moller, Chile
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the first International Speaker Series of 2014. We were extremely lucky to be joined by Teresa Moller, Landscape Architect from Chile for this series. Teresa travelled to Brisbane, Sydney, Hobart and Melbourne throughout August, selling out tickets in almost all locations.
Teresa's works include public, private, institutional and corporate projects in both Chile and abroad. For more information on Teresa Moller click here
The Australia Award for Urban Design
Congratulations to all of the winners at the Australia Award for Urban Design 2014. The event was a great success, held at the National Portrait Gallery on Monday 14 July.
BEMP 2014: Productivity by Design
This year’s Built Environment Meets Parliament turned a spotlight on a new generation of design solutions that will unlock waves of economic and social dividends in our cities. Great design unleashes creative solutions that accelerate opportunity. Thank you to everyone who attended this years event at Parliament House on Tuesday 15 July 2014.
National Architecture Conference 2014
The National Architecture Conference is a major event of the Australian Institute of Architects, attended by over 1000 delegates. This year it was held in Perth from 8 to 10 May 2014. We would like to thank all who attended and helped make it a great event.
The Institute is excited to announce the Creative Director’s for the 2015 National Architecture Conference. Donald Bates, Hamish Lyon and Andrew Mackenzie have partnered to explore the changing role of risk in architecture for the 2015 Conference, which will take place in Melbourne, 14-16 May.
We're looking forward to seeing you next year!
Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards
Thank you to everyone for a fantastic evening! The 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards were held on Thursday 20 March 2014 in Peppermint Bay, Tasmania
The Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards recognise and honor the accomplishments of individuals who contribute to society through architecture and the built environment.
The Gold Medalist announcement and subsequent Gold Medal talk by Troppo Architects, Adrian Welke and Phil Harris was the highlight of the 2014 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards presentation night. This event created a wonderful opportunity for some of Australia's great architectural minds to share their experiences and knowledge in a social setting. Other awards announced on the evening included the National Presidents Prize, Leadership in Sustainability Prize, William J Mitchell International Area Committee Prize, Glenn Murcutt Student Prize, Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize, Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture, Emerging Architects Prize and the announcement of the Dulux Study Tour winners.
For the full list of award winners from the evening view the media release.
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