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Three leading architectural practitioners with diverse professional backgrounds have been appointed by Sydney University’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning.
The Morrison-McCormack Government's ‘Homebuilder’ stimulus package launched last week has been roundly condemned from all quarters: too little, too closely targeted, too tightly time-framed, too open to corruption; all up ‘middle class welfare’ that could make the dreaded ‘Pink Batts’ debacle look Gold Class.
2020 Sustainability Awards judge Mike Faine has been a registered architect since 1980 and to date, has worked on a multitude of building types, designs, and geographic locations.
The greatest conceptual and environmental artist of the last 60 years died this week. For over 60 years, together with his wife Jeanne-Claude, Christo created memorable artworks and installations, mostly involving huge areas of cloth that wrapped buildings or danced through the environment.
Hames Sharley has promoted of nine individuals across the practice’s six studios nationally.
Australian architect, former member of National Gallery of Australia Council and current member of the NGA Foundation Board Penelope Seidler was the wife and professional partner of world-famous Australian architect Harry Seidler and the daughter of the Clive Evatt QC (1900–1984), a prominent barrister and NSW Labor politician.
This column presents a design idea that will eliminate unemployment, provide a universal wage, improve cities, repair country and create a more equitable society. “Make no small plans” as Chicago architect Daniel Burnham once said.
“Our people across all Hassell studios have been amazing. I have always admired their strategic and creative thinking, but I also have so much admiration for their adaptability, resilience and their passion for what they do. It really shines through at times like these,” says Coster.
Woods Bagot principal and regional leader for Asia, Steve Trstenjak, has been selected to judge this years’ Dezeen Awards.
A Perth urban planner says that the public works that will be delivered through this once-in-a-generation infrastructure spend to stimulate the economy should move us towards more resilient and sustainable communities – and he reveals how a focus on people-first mobility will help.
Why are so many of today’s buildings poor in design and construction? Recent columns have argued that building procurement has changed, and not for the better.
“Our teams have all been working from home,” says O’Brien, “but as MODE has studios across Australia, we have significant experience in working collaboratively from different locations.”