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INDESIGN #91 launch party at SJB Sydney

INDESIGN #91 launch party at SJB Sydney

With guest editor and AIA National President-elect, Adam Haddow, on hand, we recently celebrated the launch of the Work (Place) & Play issue.

Work & Play: INDESIGN #91 is here!

Work & Play: INDESIGN #91 is here!

The latest print magazine is about to arrive! With Guest Editor Adam Haddow in the hot seat, we are delighted to share some of the highlights.

8 thought-provoking stories about housing and its multiple crises

8 thought-provoking stories about housing and its multiple crises

From housing affordability to questions of density, multi-residential design and the future of cities, here are eight varied stories from our archives.

How do we imbue architecture with life?

How do we imbue architecture with life?

The latest instalment of fjcstudio’s Truth and Lies talk series looked at ‘The Consciousness of Architecture and the Will of the Architect’.

Towards a golden age of Australian architecture?

Towards a golden age of Australian architecture?

On the eve of 2024, our new editor, Timothy Alouani-Roby, addresses an exciting yet provocative open letter to the Australian architecture community on the opportunities of an era.

Adam Haddow comments on new NSW housing manifesto

Adam Haddow comments on new NSW housing manifesto

The AIA NSW Chapter President reacts to a recent announcement by the Minns state government aimed at tackling the housing crisis.

The Indesign campaign that takes you behind-the-scenes with 8 industry leaders

The Indesign campaign that takes you behind-the-scenes with 8 industry leaders

Presenting Your Moment INDESIGN, an exciting creative campaign brought to you by Indesign Media and eight of Australia’s best known architects and designers. Experience the campaign and hear from these leaders of industry about the design philosophies they live and work by, and how INDESIGN fuels their daily practice.

An argument of architects

An argument of architects

Packed into The Mint in Sydney, a gathering – ‘argument’ is the correct collective noun – of architects provided a fascinating discussion on questions raised in Richard Francis-Jones’ book.

Three essential changes: NSW AIA criticises the state’s Affordable Housing Strategy

Three essential changes: NSW AIA criticises the state’s Affordable Housing Strategy

The NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects, led by president Adam Haddow, voices concerns about the NSW Affordable Housing Strategy, citing a risk of abuse for financial gain. The Institute advocates for permanent affordable housing, management by registered non-profits and a restriction on development approval times to deter land banking.

Agent for change: SJB’s Adam Haddow in profile

Agent for change: SJB’s Adam Haddow in profile

Once the domain of the ‘starchitect’, architecture has become a much more inclusive and accessible practice, with people like SJB director Adam Haddow leading the way.

“The missing middle”: Contemporary terraces and the future of urban density

“The missing middle”: Contemporary terraces and the future of urban density

SJB is well versed in designing residential architecture and, while Ashbury Terraces might be a relatively small project in relation to Sydney as a whole, it provokes some fundamental questions about the future of Australian cities.

52 Reservoir Street is an address you won’t forget

52 Reservoir Street is an address you won’t forget

52 Reservoir Street by SJB is one of those magical buildings that you come across on a city walk that simply delights.