Johnson Pilton Walker, together with Oracle Construction and Engineering, explore the Sydney Metro Martin Place project and discuss how project collaboration utilising BIM and a true CDE were essential to…
This Lean In session will provide you with an opportunity to understand the build to rent business model and the critical aspects of design which respond to this growth sector.
To mark 2020 NAIDOC week, the Institute's NSW Chapter's Gender Equity Taskforce (GET) will unpack the issues surrounding Designing With Country.
Join us for a panel discussion on the winner of the 2020 National Enduring Architecture Award Palm Garden House by Richard Leplastrier.
Join us for a panel discussion on the winner of this year’s National Enduring Architecture Award winner, Palm Garden House by Richard Leplastrier.
From an original entry field of 806 projects, 180 entries progressed through the Chapter Awards for national consideration earlier this year. The National Jury has selected 76 entries for the shortlist that are now vying for the top spots across 14 categories.
Join us as we live stream the 2020 National Architecture Awards for the first time in the award program’s almost 40-year history. Tune in and watch the free live announcements via our YouTube channel anywhere from around Australia and the world on Thursday 5 November, 7pm AEDT.
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.
Bondor in conjunction with BCA Energy present an overview of the changes in the NCC 2019 as they relate to thermal performance in general and the implications for insulated panels in particular. Earn Formal CPD Points. Register now.
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.
The University of Wollongong’s Sustainable Buildings Research Centre (SBRC) achieved full marks under the world’s toughest sustainability standard for buildings, the Living Building Challenge (LBC) in 2019. The result confirms…