Entries for the Gold Coast Urban Design Awards 2020 are now open. Now in its 21st year, this triennial event celebrates the best of our built
The 2020 Victorian Architecture Awards winners have been announced, showcasing the best architecture in the state. Revivals of heritage projects featured heavily in the winners’ list as well as those that offer excellent design outcomes to the public.
Jetty House by Edwards + Simpson and Bozen’s Cottage by Taylor & Hinds Architects | 2020 Tasmanian Architecture Awards | Photos by Anjie Blair and
The Australian Institute of Architects’ Queensland Architecture Awards have been announced via a virtual presentation. The jury, made up of renowned architects and academics from across the state, awarded more than 20 projects across 14 categories including residential, commercial, sustainable architecture and urban design.
Yesterday, Mr Nigel Bell, a respected Institute member and practising architect, gave evidence to the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements. Nigel participated in
Winners of the 2020 NSW Architecture Awards have been announced, with a number of architect collaborations recognised amongst the top projects.
This year’s South Australian Architecture Awards recognised projects that have a considerable impact on the communities they serve and demonstrate generosity toward the broader public.
The Institute and the ACA have made a joint submission the West Australian Building Commission in response to the Reforms to the approval process for
Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre draws on community spirit to take out top honour at WA Architecture Awards
WA Awards Booklet The Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre has been awarded the most esteemed accolade, the George Temple Poole Award, at the Australian Institute
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4 Aug 2020
Dear members, In announcing further details of the Stage 4 coronavirus pandemic restrictions yesterday, the Victorian Government unveiled a number of new restrictions for the construction sector. Supporting documentation attached to this announcement suggested that architects, engineers and technical services would not be permitted on construction sites under the new arrangements. The Institute is urgently […]Read More
31 Jul 2020
The Heritage Committee, as part of the Queensland Chapter was established in January 2018 and seeks to assist the Queensland Chapter Council with expert heritage advice when required.Read More
30 Jul 2020
I hope you are well and managing given the current circumstances. Four months in and it is evident that this new normal has certainly distorted our understanding of what the immediate future holds. We are receiving varied feedback from our members acknowledging the underlying anxiety and daily confusion caused by the pandemic. Humans are incredibly […]Read More
29 Jul 2020
We’re pleased to share with you the Institute’s revised Constitution. The Constitution can only be amended by the Institute’s voting members at an Annual General Meeting (AGM). At last week’s 2020 AGM, 96% of our members voted to adopt a contemporary Constitution document that is typical of modern not-for-profit organisations. The new Constitution will provide […]Read More
Fellow and current President of the SA Chapter, Tony Giannone, announced as 2021-22 National President
23 Jul 2020
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced long time member and collaborator Tony Giannone FRAIA as the next National President Elect. Director of tectvs, a mid-size multi-disciplinary architecture and interior design studio, and Industry Professor at the School of Architecture and Built Environment at The University of Adelaide, Tony has been actively engaged in the […]Read More
The EmAGN QLD team interviewed Associate Director of McLellan Bush Architects Madison Whyte – asking her what life is like in and out of the office.Read More
21 Jul 2020
New data released today from one of the building industry’s leading peak bodies shows a significant stalling of construction projects as a result of the coronavirus pandemic emphasising the need for immediate economic stimulus in one of the economy’s biggest employing sectors. A survey by the Australian Institute of Architects of its members revealed that […]Read More
20 Jul 2020
A survey of our members has revealed a significant stalling of construction projects as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This emphasises the need for immediate economic stimulus in one of the economy’s biggest employing sectors. The survey was conducted in June 2020 and comprises data from 428 responses. Questions covered supply chain issues, delayed […]Read More
With the International Chapter Awards behind our Chapter team, some of you may be aware that some of us are back in the office. For the last two weeks, we have been busy getting a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place, to do our utmost to keep staff and members safe. On entering the office you […]Read More
1962-2020 Peter Macfarlane sadly passed away on Tuesday 7th July. Peter grew up in Taroona, Hobart and was schooled at Taroona High School. He spent his childhood rambling around the Taroona neighbourhood and surfing the local point break with his friends. Pete was always full of life and adventure and if he could invent a […]Read More
Australians are travellers, and some, by virtue of their origin, international. And so, it is to be expected that Australian architects have travelled far and wide and enjoyed practicing in foreign countries and cultures. The International Chapter Awards program is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the adventurous and intrepid spirit of Australians combined with […]Read More
Now, more than ever, as we face extreme health and climate crises, architects are being called upon to be leaders in shaping the built environment. How can we adapt to a new set of design criteria that seems to change by the day? How do we create architecture that will be safe, social and sustainable? […]Read More