New South Wales CHAPTER
The Institute’s NSW Chapter is headquartered at Tusculum, a heritage listed Colonial Regency villa in Potts Point. We support more than 3000 members through a wide range of programs including: CPD and public talks; publication of Australia’s longest running architectural journal, Architecture Bulletin; an extensive awards program; advocacy campaigns; and heritage services.
We actively engage with local and state government to promote best practices in urban planning and the profession in general. Since 1949, we have also maintained a register of significant architecture in NSW, focusing on 20th century heritage.
The NSW Chapter recognises the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the traditional land owners of Tusculum. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
NSW CPD Program
Continuing professional development (CPD) activities at the NSW Chapter help members enhance their skills, gain new knowledge and insights about different aspects of the profession, and maintain registration.
Our events are curated to provide highly relevant and valuable learning opportunities for our members and the broader built environment community. They cover a broad spectrum of topics aligned to the four units of competency defined by the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) National Competency Standards in Architecture. These are design, documentation, project delivery, and practice management.
Inclusive leadership for architectural practices, part 1: why, what and how – Member Lean In session
Contemporary Australian Architects Speaker Series 2020 – Lecture 4: Brent Dunn & Katharina Hendel, TAKT Studio
The tightly contested competition for the title of Australia’s best architecture in 2020 moved a step closer today with the release of the Australian Institute
New funding of $64.2 million to be included in the upcoming Federal Budget is the first step towards improving energy efficiency and realising the full potential of our built environment to reduce emissions.
Earlier this year, the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) released a discussion paper on the proposed National Registration Framework for Building Practitioners (NRF). Once completed,
Voting open in People’s Choice for the 2020 New South Wales Country Division Architecture Awards
The Newcastle Division runs a host of events throughout the year for both members and public engagement with architecture. These events include formal CPD seminars, informal talks including Architecture on Show, the Newcastle Architecture Awards, and programs from our Emerging Architects and Graduate Network (EmAGN).
NSW Country Division coordinates several regional CPD seminars throughout the year – known as ArchiMEET – as well as an annual three-day conference.
ArchiMEET offers attendees formal CPD points and takes place in different regional centres across NSW.
The NSW Country Division Conference offers members a full program of local and interstate speakers addressing topics relevant to regional practice.
Journal of the NSW Chapter
Architecture Bulletin is the NSW Chapter’s journal and is managed by the NSW Editorial Committee. Architecture Bulletin has been an important cultural focus for the NSW Chapter of the Institute for more than 60 years, and is its official publication of record.
During this time, Architecture Bulletin has continued to evolve to match the expectations of members and present intelligent debate around the issues of contemporary practice in a balanced and inclusive manner.
Published four times a year, Architecture Bulletin is read by a broad cross-section of the Institute’s membership – students, graduates, architects, academics – and others passionate about the creative act and practical dimension of architecture. Members can keep up to date with news, issues, events and social activities throughout the state.
More than 3000 people subscribe to Architecture Bulletin, with an estimated readership of more than 10,000 throughout architectural practices.
For EDITORIAL enquiries, please contact email@example.com.
For ADVERTISING enquiries call +61 2 9246 4055 and download the 2020 Architecture Bulletin media kit which includes editorial guidelines, advertising rates and booking deadlines.
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Thank you to our patrons who ensure the ongoing viability of Architecture Bulletin.
Crone, Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, NBRS Architecture.
The Patrons Program was first introduced in 2006. To date, Architecture Bulletin Patrons have helped fund the publication’s transition to full colour and enabled us to maintain our focus on meaningful content, debate and relevant information, without undue reliance on advertising revenue.
We invite your firm to consider the benefits of joining our other Patrons in helping the NSW Chapter continue to bring this respected publication to members and readers.
Current issue - LIFE LESSONS
This edition of Architecture Bulletin delves into various aspects of architectural education from tertiary through to professional registration and ongoing learning. The dialogue between education, regulation and professional practice continues to be a critical point of discussion in the industry, as does the relationship between education and current quality issues in the construction industry. Cultural issues such as studio culture and inclusion are also touched upon.
Read the LIFE LESSONS Vol 77 No 1 – May 2020
NSW JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Looking for a new career opportunity in New South Wales? View architectural and built environment job openings below.
Architectural / Interior Design studio with strong design focus and interesting local and international projects is looking for a documentation architect with 8+ years of experience to join the team.
Capacity to manage medium size projects, design and resolve complex construction details is essential, as it is the knowledge of local planning system and VectorWorks. Knowledge of Sketch Up is desirable.
Please email CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org
All Australian Architecture, Sydney are seeking an emerging Architect with some experience to design, model and document high end private homes.
You’d be part of a very small team that focusses on our clients needs, sustainability and diversity of design. This role requires a creative conceptual thinker who learns quickly and has attention to detail.
Interested parties need to have completed their studies and be available to work 35 hours / week, from our office on the Northern Beaches.
• Gain specialist knowledge & experience in high end private homes
• Excellent training and equipment provided
• Small design team offering maximum exposure
• Career advancement opportunity
• Flexible hours & innovative remuneration package
• Traditional & Contemporary design challenges
We are a small friendly architectural design studio in the Northern Beaches focusing on innovative & quality residential design.
This is a great opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the architectural process including client contact, design, project documentation, construction detailing & management.
Grow & develop your skills with the potential for exciting career advancement, including designing and running your own projects.
Our small team allows for fantastic opportunities to work through projects from start to finish ensuring a complete and fulfilling architectural experience within a supportive and flexible environment.
The successful candidate for this position would;
• Live locally
• Have excellent computer skills – especially in Archicad
• Have excellent communication & conceptual skills
• Show an ability to think and resolve problems
• Have at least 3-5 years work & Archicad experience
How to apply:
Initially we are only taking applications by email.
Email us your CV in PDF format to staff[at]aaarchitect.com.au
I can’t promise to reply to all applications, sorry.
Posted 23 June 2020
CHROFI was founded in 2000 as Choi Ropiha following the win in the international competition for the re-design of the TKTS booth in Times Square, New York. The practice studio in Manly is now home to a team of 26 professionals and are currently seeking an experienced Senior Urban Designer.
- 8-10 years of professional experience in urban design and architecture.
- A broad range of experience with focus on mixed-use urban design, strategic masterplanning and urban renewal projects.
- Must have skills in preparing urban design reports, strategic frameworks and precinct strategies to support feasibility studies and planning proposals.
- Must have experience on city-shaping projects, urban design strategy and planning amendments.
- Role will involve client management, coordinating sub-consultants and providing leadership of projects and teams.
- Responsible for producing urban design reports and analysis, master planning, strategic frameworks, DCP and re-zoning amendments, and 2D and 3D graphics.
- ArchiCAD experience is preferable.
- Potential for flexible work arrangement.
Please submit your CV and portfolio Sydney@chrofi.com
The Hills Shire Council is seeking architectural, urban design and landscape design experts to become members of its Design Excellence Panel, for the term commencing from January 2021. The Panel reviews the design excellence of development proposals throughout the Hills Shire. For further information and to apply, go to www.thehills.nsw.gov.au/designexcellence or search ‘design excellence panel’ on Council’s website www.thehills.nsw.gov.au. Applicants applying for Design Excellence Panel membership are also encouraged to consider applying for membership on Council’s Design Review Panel (www.thehills.nsw.gov.au/designreview).
Applications close 2pm Friday 2 October.
The Hills Shire Council is seeking architectural, urban design and landscape design experts to become members of its Design Review Panel, for the term commencing from January 2021. The Panel reviews the design excellence of development proposals in the Bella Vista, Kellyville and Showground station precincts. For further information and to apply, go to www.thehills.nsw.gov.au/designreview or search ‘design review panel’ on Council’s website www.thehills.nsw.gov.au. Applicants applying for Design Review Panel membership are also encouraged to consider applying for membership on Council’s Design Excellence Panel (www.thehills.nsw.gov.au/designexcellence).
Applications close 2pm Friday 2 October.
The NSW Chapter has rooms now for hire from small meeting rooms to host interviews, small meetings or your interstate workplace to our large boardroom and theatre-style event space for up to 100 pax.
Contact us for more information and to book.
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