In this episode, we speak with Matthias Hollenstein of Studio Hollenstein. His practice began off the back of winning the architecture competition for Green Square in Sydney.
The stakes for the competition were high and the outcomes have pushed the bar higher for great urban design and architecture.
In this episode, we’re focusing on the word “co-exist” with Brinda Somaya of SNK Architects in India who is a leader in an emerging form of participatory design that breaks down parts of the traditional hierarchy that separates architects from the end-users.
In this episode, we’re focusing on the word “co-design” with Millie Cattlin of “The Projects”, a Melbourne based creative architecture practise that facilitates the work of creative professionals in the public realm.
Hearing Architecture is back! We’re starting season 3 by continuing our collaboration with the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival.
In this episode, we’re focusing on the word “co-operate” with Tracey Skovronek and Steve Phillips from Purcell Architecture.
The Newcastle Architecture Awards celebrates design excellence in architecture in Newcastle. It is also a great way for architects to receive public and peer recognition for projects and helps the […]
House at Pretty Beach by lahznimmo architects has received top honours at this year’s Newcastle Architecture Awards, collecting the prestigious Newcastle Architecture Medal and Award for Residential Architecture – Houses […]
As a continuation of our national bushfire response and the recent release of our Acumen Practice Note on this subject, this member webinar focuses on site planning and design for bushfire protection.
In this mini episode of the Hearing Architecture podcast we speak with Andrew Walter about designing for carbon neutrality in the age of climate change.
The built environment is one of the biggest contributors to climate change. We’ve known for a long time about these impacts and that the way architects design directly affects how […]
In this mini episode of the Hearing Architecture podcast, we speak with Tom Caddaye about designing in bushfire areas of Australia.