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14 Oct 2019
The Australian Institute of Architects will bring together a First Nations Advisory Working Group to scope, develop and recommend to National Council a range of actions that could be put in place to support and promote beneficial outcomes between First Nations peoples and the Institute while respecting First Nations peoples, their cultural characteristics, spiritual traditions […]Read More
10 Oct 2019
2019 NSW Country Division Awards winners announcedRead More
8 Oct 2019
Earlier in September the Designers for Diversity group held a lunch to meet with participating practices. The aim was to share experiences and to prepare for the second stage of the survey, which focuses on flexible work practices and their role in supporting diversity. We also had the opportunity to hear from Nicole Halsey, a […]Read More
7 Oct 2019
Last week we bid farewell to Chapter Councillor Carly McMahon as she heads to sunny Brisbane. During her time in Tasmania, Carly has contributed enormously to the Chapter through various roles, including EmAGN, the Education Committee, as part of the creative director team for the Architecture Awards and ‘A weekend away – Tasmanian architectural narratives,’ […]Read More
3 Oct 2019
2019 NSW Country Division Awards entrants announcedRead More
Three architectural collaborations have been shortlisted to represent Australia at the Australian Pavilion in the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale.Read More
2 Oct 2019
On behalf of the Australian Institute of Architects, National President Professor Helen Lochhead has expressed her sincere condolences to family, friends and colleagues of eminent architect, planner and author James Birrell LFRAIA following his passing at age 90. James Birrell was an important architect in the post-war era who was strongly influenced by modernist art. […]Read More
1 Oct 2019
Along with formal submissions and feedback opportunities, we have focused on relationship building to maximise the impact of our advocacy endeavours, and we are working constructively with all levels of government, authorities and other industry groups. We have engaged at the national, state and territory level on a wide range of issuesRead More
We applaud the appointment of Abbie Galvin in role of Government Architect NSW. An eminent architect and Fellow of the Institute, Ms GalvinRead More
26 Sep 2019
Almost one in four projects shortlisted for the Australian Institute of Architects’ coveted National Architecture Awards are located outside the country’s major cities. A total of 78 entries, spanning the corners of the globe and every state and territory, have been shortlisted across 14 categories by the national jury for the 7 November Awards ceremony. […]Read More
23 Sep 2019
The ACT Chapter is calling for 2019 fellowship nominations!
Fellowship is awarded to those who have demonstrated a significant contribution to the architecture profession beyond architecture practice.
Tassie really does love a good protest! And so it did, as 22,000 Tasmanians turned up on Parliament lawns last Friday afternoon for the Global Climate Strike, to stand as one with other cities through the globe, and send the message loud and clear that: THIS IS A CLIMATE EMERGENCY AND ACTION NEEDS TO BE […]Read More
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2019 NSW Country Division Awards entrants announced
Three architectural collaborations have been shortlisted to represent Australia at the Australian Pavilion in the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Almost one in four projects shortlisted for the Australian Institute of Architects’ coveted National Architecture Awards are located outside the country’s major cities. A total
The growing prevalence of novation as a procurement model for how buildings are constructed has been revealed as a contributing factor to deteriorating construction outcomes,
We’ve repeated our calls for greater independent oversight of development and building processes to embed quality in construction and to properly protect people’s homes, financial security and, ultimately, their personal safety.
A group of leading Australian architects have recently joined their international peers to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency. The 11-point declaration acknowledges the twin