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Election UIA Bureau/Council Members

25 Feb 2021

Do you have what it takes to represent the Australian Institute of Architects (the Institute) as a member of UIA Bureau/Council? Every Member Section of the UIA now has an […]

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Parliamentary committee rubbers stamps Anzac Hall demolition

Last week the Public Works Committee (PWC) of Federal Parliament recommended approval of the Government’s plan to demolish Anzac Hall. While the decision is unsurprising, it is extremely disappointing as the Committee has […]

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Q & A with Sabrina Chakori

24 Feb 2021

I’m Sabrina Chakori, founder of the Brisbane Tool Library and PhD candidate at the University of Queensland. My research looks at curbing food packaging by rethinking food systems in a degrowth economy. My work as academic, social entrepreneur and activist aims at redesigning society for a postgrowth future.

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Jury for 2021 Tasmanian Architecture Awards unveiled

The Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian Chapter is delighted to unveil the Jury for the 2021 Tasmanian Architecture Awards. The Awards offer an unrivalled opportunity to showcase the extraordinary depth and […]

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Queensland architect Neville Twidale dies

23 Feb 2021

Queensland architect Neville Twidale, known for his significant refurbishment projects, has died. Twidale began studying a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Queensland, Brisbane in 1965 and graduated in 1970. […]

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Politicians ignore experts and the public to rubber-stamp ANZAC Hall demolition

The rubber-stamp of approval from federal parliament’s Public Works Committee for the Australian War Memorial redevelopment, while unsurprising, completely ignores the overwhelming opposition expressed during the inquiry process. The Committee […]

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Welcoming Our 2021 Chapter Council and Committee Members

22 Feb 2021

We are excited to introduce our new and returning 2021-2022 NSW Chapter Councillors including NSW Chapter President Laura Cockburn FRAIA, Callantha Brigham FRAIA, Carolyn Mitchell FRAIA, David Tickle, Elizabeth Carpenter […]

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Designers for Diversity SA – First Nations Engagement

15 Feb 2021

The Designers for Diversity committee are excited to return in the New Year to continue the work we have started. You might have noticed we have added a new focus […]

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From the SA Chapter President Feb 2021

SA Chapter President Anthony Coupe | Daniel Marks Photography Some musings on the forthcoming: I have always enjoyed the separation between home and work; the spatial isolation of the journey […]

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Victorian Policy & Advocacy Update

The latest policy and advocacy update from the Victorian Chapter including Stage 4 Lockdown update, survey by PwC for DEWLP and more. STAGE 4 LOCKDOWN The Victorian State Government announced […]

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Supporting fire affected communities

12 Feb 2021

The beginning of this month marked 100 days since the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements released its final report into the Black Summer Bushfires. From the time the […]

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Automatic Mutual Recognition for Architects

Last year the Commonwealth and State and Territory governments agreed to introduce a uniform scheme for the automatic mutual recognition of occupational registrations (AMR). An Intergovernmental Agreement was signed by all jurisdictions, with the exception of the ACT, at National Cabinet’s December 2020 meeting.

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