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Architectus’ Design Charrette “raises the consciousness of the whole studio”

Architectus’ Design Charrette “raises the consciousness of the whole studio”

We dive into the Architecture Design Charrette, in which Adelaide’s Thebarton and Brisbane’s Roma Street Precinct have provided recent focuses.

Buildings Breakthrough at COP28: Q&A with David Ness

Buildings Breakthrough at COP28: Q&A with David Ness

UniSA Professor David Ness played a key role in a UN report on CO2 emissions relating to buildings, construction and urban growth which underpins the Buildings Breakthrough official launch at COP28 in Dubai.

The Adelaide office holding a Brutalist conversation with its neighbours

The Adelaide office holding a Brutalist conversation with its neighbours

Carr’s design for MinterEllison’s Adelaide office is a celebration of Brutalist architecture and contextual elements.

Are these the last days of architecture? Q&A with Gerald Matthews

Are these the last days of architecture? Q&A with Gerald Matthews

Gerald Matthews, managing director of Matthews Architects in Adelaide, is an architect willing to engage with the profession’s biggest issues. We asked him about AI, architectural education and more.

Wurun Senior Campus, the height of education design in Melbourne

Wurun Senior Campus, the height of education design in Melbourne

Winner of The Learning Space at 2023 INDE.Awards, Wurun Senior Campus by GHD Design and Grimshaw features terraces in the sky and dynamic learning neighbourhoods that turn the vertical school model outside-in. Senior year just got better.

A portrait of the architect as a young man

A portrait of the architect as a young man

No, this not a review of James Joyce’s latest novel. Timothy Alouani-Roby spoke with Matthews Architects’ managing director, Gerald Matthews, and recently registered architect, Aiden Moon, about the changing face of architectural education and the transition to practice.

Architects who study together, stay together: The story behind studio gram

Architects who study together, stay together: The story behind studio gram

Set up by university friends, the Adelaide-based studio has grown to be a multifaceted, collaborative and artistic practice. We find out what makes them tick.

How Adelaide became Australia’s most liveable city

How Adelaide became Australia’s most liveable city

Hames Sharley MD, Cailin Howard, and DWP’s Adelaide-based CEO, Michael Hegarty, how Adelaide’s planning has paid off in the 2021 Global Liveability Index.

Stylecraft showroom launch a resounding success

Stylecraft showroom launch a resounding success

The Woods Bagot-designed Adelaide showroom has been unveiled to the public, with plenty of industry personalities joining Stylecraft in celebration.

Above Left puts the finishing touches on The Realm

Above Left puts the finishing touches on The Realm

The Realm in Adelaide is the city’s new record breaking tallest residential skyscraper. Stunning inside and out, The Realm is home to a beautiful collection of Royal Thai custom rugs, thanks to Above Left.

Australia’s first proton therapy unit for cancer treatment to be built

Australia’s first proton therapy unit for cancer treatment to be built

With the potential to save the lives of thousands, Australia’s first proton therapy unit, designed by Woods Bagot, starts construction in Adelaide next month.

Adelaide gets its first ever ‘skinny micro hotel’

Adelaide gets its first ever ‘skinny micro hotel’

The micro hotel trend, which has taken the hotel industry globally by storm, is all set to make a thunderous debut in Adelaide.