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 […]
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 […]
EmAGN NSW will be gathering for a casual drink to catch up to kick off the new year. This will be a great evening to meet up with everyone after […]
NSW Building Regulation: Impacts for you and your practice The NSW Government is now seeking feedback on the draft Design and Building Practitioners Regulation 2020. This forms a key element of […]
NSW Building Commissioner, David Chandler OAM, joins us on Wed 18 Nov for a special online event where he will provide an update on the Design and Building Practitioners Act, regulations and dashboards of the Office of the Building Commissioner and ePlanning.
It is time to celebrate. Join us online Friday 6th November for the NSW country division’s 60th anniversary and the live announcement of the winners in the 2020 NSW Country Division Architecture Awards.
Watch a showcase three diverse urban spaces in Sydney. Jeremy McLeod and Koos De Keijzer explore Arkadia by DKO Architecture with Breathe Architecture and Oculus, Amelia Holliday from Aileen Sage Architects talks about Sydney Park Amenities and Jonathan Richards shares his thoughts on Hotel Rose Bay by Richards Stanisich
This week following the awards showcase we will close with a member forum. Join the architects of 3 very different outstanding projects as we showcase the following winners in the 2020 NSW Architecture Awards: Arkadia by DKO Architecture with Breathe Architecture and Oculus, Sydney Park Amenities by Aileen Sage Architects with City of Sydney, and Hotel Rose Bay by Richards Stanisich. NSW Chapter President Kathlyn Loseby and NSW state manager Kate Concannon will present on the Institute’s governance structure. This forum will provide a valuable opportunity to refine your understanding of how the Institute operates and, importantly, how you can get actively involved in the Chapter through Chapter Council, committees and working groups.
The architects of 4 outstanding winning projects in the 2020 NSW Architecture Awards showcase University of New South Wales Sir John Clancy Auditorium by lahznimmo architects, Grant Pirrie House by Virginia Kerridge Architect, Lawler Residence by Andrew Donaldson Architecture and Design and JJ House by Bokey Grant Architects. In addition, NSW Chapter President Kathlyn Loseby highlights pending changes to the BCA ‘water shedding’ amendments and ABIC contract suite plans to move online.
Join the architects of 4 outstanding projects as we showcase the following winners in the 2020 NSW Architecture Awards: Grant Pirrie House, JJ House, University of New South Wales Sir John Clancy Auditorium and Lawler Residence.