NAWIC and Laing O’Rourke invite you to a debate on the subject: Changing jobs is the fast-track to success. Adjucating proceedings will be Catherine Fox, Deputy Editor, AFR BOSS. On the affirmative team are Natalie Slessor, Director of Consulting Australia at Woods Bagot; Neill Johanson, Director Davenport Campbell, and Jennifer Saiz, Head of Design and […]
September 19th, 2011
NAWIC and Laing O’Rourke invite you to a debate on the subject: Changing jobs is the fast-track to success.
Adjucating proceedings will be Catherine Fox, Deputy Editor, AFR BOSS.
On the affirmative team are Natalie Slessor, Director of Consulting Australia at Woods Bagot; Neill Johanson, Director Davenport Campbell, and Jennifer Saiz, Head of Design and Construction, Commonwealth Bank.
On the negative team are Paul McNerney, Regional Manager Infrastructure South Laing O’Rourke, Jo-Anne Harrison, Managing Director CBRE Projects, and Jason Varker-Miles, Director Cardno ITC.
This thought-provoking and entertaining evening will be followed by drinks and canapés.
When: Wednesday 26 October 2011
Where: L’Aqua, The Terrace Level, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Park, Sydney
Time: 6pm pre-drinks, 6:30 debate start, post-drinks until 9:30pm
Cost: $40 NAWIC members / $65 non-members / $25 students
RSVP: Friday 14 October at nawic.com.au/events
A searchable and comprehensive guide for specifying leading products and their suppliers
Keep up to date with the latest and greatest from our industry BFF's!
Natural forms meet technological sophistication to produce GH Commercial’s Pattern Perfect® Native Collection of carpets. Step inside the factory to see how local flavours inform the design.
Join us behind the scenes with V-ZUG’s in-house design team, and discover how this Swiss boutique kitchen manufacturer balances art, science and history to create its pioneering Excellence line.
Explore the radical new organisation strategy which accommodates for the hybrid future of work.
The workplace has changed – and it will continue to evolve. With dynamism at the heart of clients’ requirements, architects and designers at leading practices such as Elenberg Fraser are using and recommending Herman Miller’s OE1 products for the future workplace.
Eat Green Design is an exciting 5 day event that explores sustainable consumption delivering a smorgasbord of raw and organic foods and locally sourced produce to tantalise taste buds. A collaboration between designers, restauranteurs and socially and environmentally conscious individuals.
When: July 17 – July 21
Where: Level 2/39 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Temporarily located in a re-designed space during the State of Design festival, Eat Green Design presents a transitory hospitality, networking and creative environment that serves as an incubator for sustainable thinking and awareness with a focus on encouraging inquiry, involvement and action.
Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre by iredale pedersen hook exemplifies design that is sensitive to place, people and culture:
a template for best practice into the future. We present to you, the winner of INDE.Awards’ Building category.
EONA (Everything Old is New Again) is now available with concealed cable management.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
The team across Indesign is filling the calendar with events in preparation for the year’s biggest international design fair, but the most important question – will we see you there? Let us know!
Timber has always had a significant role to play in environmentally sensitive construction; Now, two different timber technologies have revolutionised timber’s use for structural applications.
Missed the entry window for the INDE.Awards? Fear not! Entries extended until April 6.