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Based on the premise that gender equity and diversity in leadership have been proven to improve business profitability, her research study explored whether this trend extended to sustainability related roles in the built environment.
University of Melbourne graduate Hilary Hoggett’s concept that explores melancholy landscapes and designing spaces for grief has won the 2021 Hassell Travelling Scholarship – Robin Edmond Award.
Italian-born Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi has been named the winner of the Special Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement in memoriam at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.
Woods Bagot have hired Francesca Birks, a former foresights and design strategist for Arup, in a bid to futureproof the global architectural firm.
HY William Chan has been selected for the Madrid Design Festival’s EXTRAPERLO 2021 exhibit.
Marn Reti, a proud Palawa and Ngātiwai woman, has worked at Kaunitz Yeung Architecture for two years, and has recently graduated with a Masters of Architecture from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).
The eight-volume final report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety was handed down last week.
Widely acclaimed design practice Hassell has made an expansive range of announcements this week, handing out various promotions to its team members.
Warren and Mahoney have appointed Simon Topliss as a new tertiary education principal, enhancing the Melbourne practice’s knowledge in the field.
Experienced architect Isabelle Cabrera is on the move, making the switch to Sydney studio BrandCulture, from Populous in Brisbane.
Throughout a career spanning 40 years, Paul Haar has been immersed in architectural practice informed by deep green principles and active inside small local economic and social systems.
The Holiday Inn at Melbourne has been in the news recently, as the site of virus contamination suspected to be through the ventilation system. Archi-spotters will have recognized the concave