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Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Global crises and the architect’s social responsibilities under discussion at AIA Conference

Kate Goodwin, curator and Adjunct Professor (Architecture) at the University of Sydney, reports back from the AIA Conference in Melbourne.

Hassell and GBCA on social value in the built environment

Hassell and GBCA on social value in the built environment

Building on a recent research paper, Helen Bell and Dr Brett Pollard discuss how social value is defined, its potential pitfalls, and why it matters.

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.

Five thought-provoking stories on AI in architecture and interior design

Five thought-provoking stories on AI in architecture and interior design

Artificial intelligence is one of the defining issues of our time. Here are five ideas articles addressing the anxieties and possibilities of the technology in design.

HDR outlines six megatrends for 2024

HDR outlines six megatrends for 2024

In a climate of innovation, HDR’s architecture practice has forecasted six trajectories of change that will have a transformative impact over the coming year and redefine city-shaping for the foreseeable future.

Robert Puksand comment: Have you ever wondered why you design the way you do?

Robert Puksand comment: Have you ever wondered why you design the way you do?

In this opinion piece, the founder of Gray Puksand reflects on past influences as well as the trends and technologies influencing today’s designers.

Is there a place for human touch in the age of AI?

Is there a place for human touch in the age of AI?

Ken Shuttleworth ruminates the future of architectural design, the purpose of his Architectural Drawing Prize and how best to utilise AI for the greater good.

RSP unveils new business initiatives to meet future demands of the built environment

RSP unveils new business initiatives to meet future demands of the built environment

RSP charts a new expertise ecosystem to bring sustainability, innovation, education, Metaverse and AI under one roof.

HDR comment: A decade of data-driven transformation

HDR comment: A decade of data-driven transformation

In this comment piece by Lin (Leo) Meng, computational design lead at HDR, we hear about the interface of data and design.

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.

Architects craft virtual realms at Metaverse Architecture Biennale

Architects craft virtual realms at Metaverse Architecture Biennale

Get ready to step into the future of design and innovation as the countdown begins for the Metaverse Architecture Biennale set to take place from September 21st to 24th this year.

Does the rise of AI mean design is dead? Book this keynote with Melbourne Uni’s Dr Eduard Hovy

Does the rise of AI mean design is dead? Book this keynote with Melbourne Uni’s Dr Eduard Hovy

How do we learn to work with AI to optimise our work without sacrificing the vital importance humanity and human-centric design plays in design? Join us as we discuss this and more at the annual INDE.Summit!