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Five guides to address wellbeing woes in architecture

Five guides to address wellbeing woes in architecture

Researchers have created a series of guides to support wellbeing for architects, after a survey found architecture workers had a lower-than-average quality of life compared with Australia’s general working population.

A  building that can’t be ignored: BVN and Woods Bagot’s monumental Sydney collaboration

A building that can’t be ignored: BVN and Woods Bagot’s monumental Sydney collaboration

Greenland Centre is a landmark project in the heart of Sydney that has redefined the possibilities for residential skyscrapers.

Ergonomic seating drives wellness in education settings

Ergonomic seating drives wellness in education settings

BVN employs an enhanced focus on customisation along with state-of-the-art ergonomics, realised by Buro Seating, in the refit of MLC school, in Sydney.

Is open air architecture the future of social interstices?

Is open air architecture the future of social interstices?

From the streets of New York to the laneways of Melbourne, Stephen Crafti looks at how architects are reinventing the public realm to support collaboration and connectivity.

Innovative architecture for our newest schools recognised in 2020 NSW Architecture Awards

Innovative architecture for our newest schools recognised in 2020 NSW Architecture Awards

With a focus on encouraging creativity, independent learning and connection to the outdoors, a number of innovative school designs have been shortlisted in this year’s NSW Architecture Awards.

Why The ‘Third Place’ Is Revolutionising The Way We Work

Why The ‘Third Place’ Is Revolutionising The Way We Work

According to sociologist Ray Oldenburg, “third places are public spaces on neutral ground where people can gather and interact.” We review two INDE.Award-contending projects that revolutionise the meaning of ‘collaborative engagement’ at work.

60 Australian projects shortlisted at the World Architecture Festival 2019

60 Australian projects shortlisted at the World Architecture Festival 2019

Australia proves to excel on the global stage with 60 projects shortlisted at the World Architecture Festival 2019.

Rising expectations: The rise of vertical schools

Rising expectations: The rise of vertical schools

Vertical education. It’s a fact, but is it also a fad? Paul McGillick looks at how education is reaching for the skies.

Why the ‘third place’ is revolutionising the way we work

Why the ‘third place’ is revolutionising the way we work

According to sociologist Ray Oldenburg, “third places are public spaces on neutral ground where people can gather and interact.” We review two INDE.Award-contending projects that revolutionise the meaning of ‘collaborative engagement’ at work.

Rethinking the classroom: the future of learning

Rethinking the classroom: the future of learning

When upgrading and redesigning Sydney’s Methodist Ladies College to best suit today’s learning environment, BVN and Business Interiors earned perfect marks.

Winning at work with experience-rich environments: Space&Co. Sydney

Winning at work with experience-rich environments: Space&Co. Sydney

Sydney’s newest co-working hub, Space&Co. shows how agile work practices can drive design thinking.