Learn about the build to rent business model and the critical aspects of design which respond to this growth sector.
Whether you’re working methodically toward winning work overseas or assessing an unforeseen project opportunity, this presentation will step you through a framework for sound planning and business decision making.
Join us for a panel discussion on the winner of the 2020 National Enduring Architecture Award Palm Garden House by Richard Leplastrier.
The Gold Coast is Australia’s sixth-largest city, one of its fastest-growing and is projected to be home to approximately one million people by 2050. Queensland’s second city is quickly maturing into a place of broad opportunity and rich experiences. This Lean In is a must for any practice that would like to win some of the upcoming work on the Gold Coast.
Join us today for a guided virtual tour of the building and Q&A session as we discuss the building certification systems, biophilic references (sunshade, tree-like supporting structures), the main operation of the building (green walls and communal areas), technology inbuilt (thermal slab, ground source heat pumps, transpired solar collector, green IT system) and other key aspects of design that earned the building the full marks under LBC.
As we edge closer to Summer, the threat of another significant bushfire season presents itself across the country again. This Lean In focuses on how architects can develop more robust residential buildings in bushfire-prone areas across Australia to minimise losses and reduce risk.
The HIP V. HYPE model – could this be the future of property development, architecture and sustainability? The multi-disciplinary property development and sustainability consulting team at HIP V. HYPE create projects defined by substance, genuine interaction and meaning.
The importance of equity, diversity and inclusion within architectural practice and design processes has been well documented to ensure that our offices and design cultures reflect the communities we serve. This Lean In session covers how to work towards a more intersectional, inclusive practice.
Diverse thinking encourages viewing issues through different lenses. Ensuring a diverse workplace is an important start but to create successful organisations, workplace culture and design solutions, celebrating diverse thinking is critical.
As students and recent graduates we understand that life, study and work can sometimes be challenging to juggle and this can take a toll on our mental health. We want to take the time to connect with our SONA community and open up a conversation between practitioners, graduates, and students about mental health and wellbeing.