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Introducing your 2022 Saturday Indesign speakers

Introducing your 2022 Saturday Indesign speakers

Catch up with some of our industry’s top talents at this year’s Saturday Indesign speaker series.

Making space for Cooper: The Eromanga Natural History Museum

Making space for Cooper: The Eromanga Natural History Museum

Dr Stephen Long of Architectus takes us to the Queensland outback where The Eromanga Natural History Museum houses ‘Cooper’, Australia’s largest known dinosaur.

Introducing NSW’s new pod-like Herbarium

Introducing NSW’s new pod-like Herbarium

The newly opened National Herbarium of New South Wales will help lead vital plant science and research. Architectus gives us the inside story from the official opening ceremony.

On The Move in April: A promise of what’s to come

On The Move in April: A promise of what’s to come

The year is shaping up with a shake up, with many new architecture and design appointments announced in the past month. Read the latest in our monthly On The Move column.

OTM in design: primed and ready for 2022

OTM in design: primed and ready for 2022

This month’s personnel changes see the architecture and design sector primed and ready for 2022. Catch up on who’s gone where with our regular On The Move column.

Saint Kentigern Boys’ School enhances learning through design

Saint Kentigern Boys’ School enhances learning through design

The new Specialist Facility at Saint Kentigern Boys’ School features carefully selected design elements and flexible seating solutions from Buro Seating that inspire focus, creativity and collaboration.

“Neither brash nor ostentatious” – Architectus and Hecker Guthrie design Australia’s first Hyatt Centric

“Neither brash nor ostentatious” – Architectus and Hecker Guthrie design Australia’s first Hyatt Centric

As the world’s most locked-down city begins once more to welcome the prospect of visitors, Australia’s first Hyatt Centric has opened its doors.

Why schools play a critical role in new suburbs

Why schools play a critical role in new suburbs

If schools are the glue of our communities, what are the ‘sticky’ elements every modern school must have? Mark van den Enden of Architectus breaks it down for us.

Catch up on all CPD-Live October 2021 sessions here now!

Catch up on all CPD-Live October 2021 sessions here now!

CPD-Live is now available on demand!

Designing for Our Future – Carbon Mitigation and the Built Environment

Designing for Our Future – Carbon Mitigation and the Built Environment

Presented by The Footprint Company

Design industry kicks off FY21/22 with some major moves

Design industry kicks off FY21/22 with some major moves

The beginning of a new financial year has come along with numerous new appointments and promotions made by the likes of Architectus, DesignInc, Gray Puksand and more.

On the move: shifts made in leadership teams across industry

On the move: shifts made in leadership teams across industry

As June bumps into July, in 2021, GroupGSA’s founding director moves on; meanwhile, Architectus, Bates Smart and more ordain newly appointed leaders.

“It’s about people and place” – education design in 2021

“It’s about people and place” – education design in 2021

How can we design our schools to better support our people and enrich our sense of community? Indesign Editor, Alice Blackwood, talks education and urbanism in 2021.

Architectus’ boutique new build in Sydney’s CBD

Architectus’ boutique new build in Sydney’s CBD

Not many commercial buildings in Sydney’s CBD can boast a 2020 completion date. But one boutique office building, situated at 275 George Street, forged through to cut the ribbon and stake its future in shifting sands.

1 Bligh Street reaches a milestone moment in built history

1 Bligh Street reaches a milestone moment in built history

Ten years on and Sydney’s 1 Bligh Street remains a global exemplar of tall building design, having just been awarded a 10 Year Award of Excellence from CTBUH.

Architectus leads Western Sydney in a sustainable direction

Architectus leads Western Sydney in a sustainable direction

In cahoots with Bligh Tanner and Sydney Water, Architectus has explored urban typologies and stormwater management, with a look to shape a sustainable urban environment in Western Parkland City.

Light Bulb Moment

Light Bulb Moment

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Adaptive reuse prevails in 2020 Victorian Architecture Awards

Adaptive reuse prevails in 2020 Victorian Architecture Awards

Just when Australia’s beloved state of Victoria could well do with a ‘good news’ story, the 2020 Victorian Architecture Awards have delivered.

Are Australian cities changing for good?

Are Australian cities changing for good?

With over 20-years’ experience in urban design and architecture in epicentres across the globe, namely London, Brussels, Singapore and Sydney, it’s fair to say that Michele McSharry, senior associate for Architectus, knows a thing or two about cities. In this exclusive editorial, McSharry shares her insight into how – and why – our cities might never be the same again.

Sydney’s tallest residential tower now has planning approval

Sydney’s tallest residential tower now has planning approval

Architectus and Ingenhoven-designed 505 George Street, set to become Sydney’s tallest residential tower, receives planning approval.

A Closeness In Distance

A Closeness In Distance

As March draws to a close and we begin a new month, Sue Davis talk with Simone Oliver, Principal and Sector Leader Interior Architecture at Architectus, about their transition to WFH and the future of their culture.

On The Move

On The Move

We cover the latest moves, promotions and celebrations across the architecture and design industry, including Buchan, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Architechtus and more.

Christchurch catalyst

Christchurch catalyst

For resurgent Christchurch, Tūranga is reinventing how a central library can ignite its cultural and social capital in a city still rebuilding.

Context vs climate: Balancing cultural sensitivity and sustainability in modern architecture

Context vs climate: Balancing cultural sensitivity and sustainability in modern architecture

Jeremy Deale, principal of creative powerhouse, Architectus explores how boundaries can be pushed in pursuit of high environmental and social performance, whilst retaining an aesthetic sympathetic to heritage, celebratory of context and expressive of contemporary architecture.

Architectus’ CEO Ray Brown on specialisation vs generalisation

Architectus’ CEO Ray Brown on specialisation vs generalisation

We talk with Ray Brown about how to stay ahead in a competitive market, and it comes down to an age-old question – to specialise or generalise?

What happened on Day One at FRONT.design?

What happened on Day One at FRONT.design?

With day one almost wrapped, we bring you the blow-by-blow from the floors of FRONT.design at Barangaroo.

The FRONT.design Forum topics will inspire

The FRONT.design Forum topics will inspire

With a focus on thought leadership, idea-generation and knowledge sharing, FRONT Forum tackles the hot button issues. Book your seat for these 10 topical talks.

We’re on the move

We’re on the move

Change is always a constant, and these latest appointments, promotions, new office openings and names changes at BKA Architecture, Hames Sharley, Hayball, ClarkeHopkinsClarke and more, can attest to that.

“Technology, automation, globalisation” forcing massive change in workplace design

“Technology, automation, globalisation” forcing massive change in workplace design

In order to design into the future, first we must look back. In considering the state of workplace, learning and hospitality design, FRONT.design Ambassador, Simone Oliver of Architectus, outlines the defining influences of our time and design’s role within that.

Announcing the winners of the Shaw Contract Design Awards 2019

Announcing the winners of the Shaw Contract Design Awards 2019

Marking its fourteenth year, the Shaw Contract Design Awards celebrate and recognise the creative vision of the architects and designers that inspire the community.

Who has been ‘On the Move’?

Who has been ‘On the Move’?

New roles, new departments and new studios – there has been plenty of movement in the industry from Architectus, DesignInc, Woods Bagot and more.

“Innovative and awe-inducing” – Announcing INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist

“Innovative and awe-inducing” – Announcing INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist

The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.

Who has been On the Move in 2019?

Who has been On the Move in 2019?

We’re kicking off the first On the Move for 2019 and it’s a big one! Geyer, Architectus, P4, Smart Design Studio, SJB and GroupGSA – find out who has been promoted and who has moved roles.

The mind-craft microcosm: Incubator spaces upclose

The mind-craft microcosm: Incubator spaces upclose

Where do great ideas come from? Tertiary institutions are adopting the ‘ideas incubator’ model to empower students into an entrepreneurial mindset and facilitate a dynamic cross-pollination of ideas.

On the Move: The latest promotions and updates from the industry

On the Move: The latest promotions and updates from the industry

As the end of 2018 draws near, many practices have announced new leadership and promotions. What a time to cap off the year with a well-earned pat on the back.

SANAA’s Sydney Modern Project to go ahead

SANAA’s Sydney Modern Project to go ahead

The new expansion of the Art Gallery of NSW’s Sydney Modern Project, designed by Japanese studio SANAA, has received planning approval.

What is the design ecosystem? We debated it at FRONT

What is the design ecosystem? We debated it at FRONT

In this FRONT seminar session, a medley of design and industry professionals talked about the shortening gap between and tighter-knit design ecosystem that is allowing for progressive built outcomes.

Going green: Sustainability Awards shortlist revealed

Going green: Sustainability Awards shortlist revealed

Architecture & Design‘s Sustainability Awards recognises the talent and progress of Australian architects and designers in the sustainability space. And the 2018 shortlist is out now.

The Institute’s 2018 National Architecture Awards shortlist revealed

The Institute’s 2018 National Architecture Awards shortlist revealed

Take a look at the outstanding work that made the cut in the Australian Institute of Architects’ national awards program.

Celebrating the launch of Architectus Urban Design and Planning Melbourne

Celebrating the launch of Architectus Urban Design and Planning Melbourne

Victorian design just got better! Renowned design firms Architectus has launched its Urban Design and Planning arm for the city of Melbourne.

On the Move this August

On the Move this August

Get up to speed on who has moved, or been promoted, and which practices are expanding.

Starchitect-designed Southbank Precinct projects revealed

Starchitect-designed Southbank Precinct projects revealed

Vertical cities in the sky, deconstructed boxes and ample greening – six widely varying designs with similar themes have been revealed in the Southbank by Beulah competition.

We’re bringing it back! On the move

We’re bringing it back! On the move

Get the goss on the comings and goings within the design industry. Who has been promoted, who has moved to a new studio and where are practices setting up new offices?

INDE.Awards 2018 Gala: The night that brought APAC A&D together

INDE.Awards 2018 Gala: The night that brought APAC A&D together

‘Community’ was the dominant theme at the INDE.Awards 2018 Gala in Singapore. It was a celebration of outstanding design, architecture, material and culture as well as an opportunity to knit together a stronger fabric for our regional industry.

The future of education in our region looks strong for this award-winning project

The future of education in our region looks strong for this award-winning project

From 400+ entries for the INDE.Awards, selecting the best educational environment in Asia Pacific was no easy feat! Here we present to you 2018 ‘s winner!

Who came out on top? Presenting your INDE.Awards Winners for 2018

Who came out on top? Presenting your INDE.Awards Winners for 2018

The wait is over! Couldn’t make it to INDE.Awards Gala on 22 June in Singapore? Don’t fret! Here are your official 2018 winners …

Celebrating Herman Miller’s Liveable Office Awards winners

Celebrating Herman Miller’s Liveable Office Awards winners

Herman Miller’s annual Liveable Office Awards have fast become a highlight of the design calendar – and once again the winning entrants set new heights for workspace design. Let’s take a look…

St Andrews College Centennial Chapel Christchurch by Architectus

St Andrews College Centennial Chapel Christchurch by Architectus

Designed by Architectus, St Andrew’s College Centennial Chapel is part of a new generation of civic buildings emerging from the earthquake-damaged Christchurch. It replaces its arts and crafts predecessor, but thanks to some careful salvage and reuse, it wonderfully translates the principles of old religious dogmas into future-forward physical spaces.

University of Melbourne Arts West By ARM And Architectus

University of Melbourne Arts West By ARM And Architectus

What the hell is ‘salon learning’ and how is design responding to this new educational format? Arts West, Melbourne Uni’s riotous new Arts Faculty by ARM and Architectus, reimagines on-campus learning via a landmark building shaped, inside and out, by the philosophy of object based learning.

University of Melbourne Arts West by ARM Architecture & Architectus

University of Melbourne Arts West by ARM Architecture & Architectus

What is ‘salon learning’ and how is design responding to this new educational format? Arts West, Melbourne Univeristy’s riotous new Arts Faculty by ARM Architecture and Architectus, reimagines on-campus learning via the philosophy of object-based learning.

Christchurch Bus Interchange by Architectus

Christchurch Bus Interchange by Architectus

Architectus disrupts the traditional thinking around public and civic projects with an ‘accessible’ architectural vision for the Christchurch Bus Interchange.