Breathe Architecture’s project for Aboriginal Housing Victoria has been approached with rigour to deliver a high-quality project embedded with sustainable design principles and cultural engagement.
Communities are dealing with the impact of the loss of their landscape. Solastalgia is a modern term used to describe the distress some people experience that is caused by changes to the environment, both built and natural, more often than not brought on by climate change.
Working with Passivhaus principles and cost-effective and sustainable construction, architect Michelle Blakeley explains her My Home project. Architect Peter Lee discusses Foundation Housing and the importance of quality design on people’s wellbeing. Part of The Architect WA Homes Edition’s focus on affordable housing.
Samantha Rich and Danièle Hromek on First Nations women working in spatial disciplines.
What role can architects have in this space? How do we leverage our skills? Advocating for an effective housing system that is culturally responsive and suited to climate.
Housed in a cultural cornerstone, Benson Studio were approached by the new owners to increase the diversity of offering in Subiaco and to be part of its evolution.
As beautiful as it is harsh, the Pilbara is a striking land of colours, textures and contrasts. The Wickham Community Hub, designed by Gresley Abas, is a deliberate response to this rugged landscape.
In its unwavering commitment to maximising impact beyond its inherent function, the Curtin Bicycle Hub designed by Place Laboratory and Coniglio Ainsworth Architects, in conjunction with Curtin University, delivers in spades.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Drying wheat, luminous yellow canola fields and sheep herds scattered amongst a landscape of ancient granite boulders and […]