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The Australian Institute of Architects has welcomed the public release today of the report from the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements and called for its recommendations to be
Brian Patrick Keirnan Prize For Students of Architecture 2020 Brian Patrick Keirnan Prize winning project Immersion by Antoine Portier and David Cadena of University of Sydney | Photography: Alexander Mayes About
As we edge closer to Summer, the threat of another significant bushfire season presents itself across the country again. This Lean In focuses on how architects can develop more robust residential buildings in bushfire-prone areas across Australia to minimise losses and reduce risk.
The HIP V. HYPE model – could this be the future of property development, architecture and sustainability? The multi-disciplinary property development and sustainability consulting team at HIP V. HYPE create projects defined by substance, genuine interaction and meaning.
We used to think sustainability was about trying to do everything all at once. In that approach, however, we made it look hard. When we made it look hard, others looked away. Faced with the climate crisis spiralling out of control before our very eyes, we’ve had to change our approach.
We used to think sustainability was about trying to do everything all at once. In that approach, however, we made it look hard. When we made it look hard, others
The WA Chapter is thrilled to deliver the ZERO Carbon Design Series, running as face to face events at the WA Chapter from August – November 2020. *The series will