VIC Emerging Architect Prize Tour with Dino Vrynios

Join 2021 National Emerging Architect Prize winner, Dino Vrynios, for his presentation.  The Emerging Architect Prize (EAP) has been developed to recognise an individual emerging architect or architectural collaboration’s contribution […]

Hearing Architecture Podcast Season 3 launch party

Celebrate the success of the Australian Institute of Architects Hearing Architecture podcast as it passes 70,000 downloads. You’re invited to the launch event of season 3.

We’re celebrating with new partners, Brickworks, who is generously hosting launch parties in their design studios in NSW, Queensland, SA, Tasmania and Victoria.

Student Ideas Prize – Araluen Resources

The Australian Institute of Architects’ Student Ideas Prize is a bi-annual design and ideas competition open to all students undertaking an ACCA accredited Bachelor/Master of Architecture Course in Victoria.   Students […]

MMEETS EMAGN: WHERE TO NEXT?

At this end of year get-together, The Emerging Architects and Graduate Network (EmAGN) is hosting an event aimed at fostering connections within the Melbourne architecture community and associated design and […]

Policy and Advocacy Update – VIC

COVID-19 ESSENTIALS A synopsis of essential highlights from our information page.  In response to member feedback, our Covid-19 update notification will be moving to a dedicated new email for Victorian […]

Architecture in Research forum: The contemporary architectural archive and digital files

The documentation for architecture is digital born. This includes our drawings, site information, presentation images, and digital models. We need to ensure that this information is resilient and can remain useful for future generations. This session brings together researchers exploring the contemporary architectural archive, virtual heritage, and the opportunities a digital archive can provide by extending traditional models.

EmAGN Forum 2021

The pandemic has been an instigator of change in all of our lives. With our city being spontaneously thrown into working from home conditions early in 2020… the industry proved its ability to continue to function, we have all lived through an example of flexible working. It has prompted us to reconsider the way in which we think about our physical attendance at an office, ways in which collaboration can occur remotely, and flexibly.