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Radical logics of connectedness and circular economy with Chris Fox

Radical logics of connectedness and circular economy with Chris Fox

We sat down with Chris Fox to speculate on the future of regenerative architecture, circular economy and experimenting with vegetation in and on buildings.

Woods Bagot’s Russell Fortmeyer: Whose climate is it anyway?

Woods Bagot’s Russell Fortmeyer: Whose climate is it anyway?

In this comment piece republished from INDESIGN #90, Woods Bagot’s Global Sustainability Leader in Los Angeles brings questions of equality to design in the climate crisis.

Comment: Tilt’s top three sustainability priorities for 2024

Comment: Tilt’s top three sustainability priorities for 2024

In this comment piece, Tim Phillips, Managing and Creative Director of Tilt Industrial Design, identifies three key initiatives for sustainability in 2024.

WY-TO on well-being for all in tropical cities of the future

WY-TO on well-being for all in tropical cities of the future

In a time of climate emergency, how can cities support and balance the needs of their people and the planet, while ensuring their prosperity?

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’.

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.

Towards a regenerative landscape architecture with Phillip Withers

Towards a regenerative landscape architecture with Phillip Withers

With a recent book on natural Australian gardens, we spoke with the Victorian landscape designer on what it means to take a truly holistic approach to the environment.

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

T.C.L comment: Unlocking the potential of Brisbane’s creek catchments

Deb Robbins, T.C.L Brisbane Studio principal, shares her vision for a series of catchment ‘corridors’ to unify the city.

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.

Exploring Australia with photographer John Gollings AM

Exploring Australia with photographer John Gollings AM

A small exhibition with images by John Gollings AM is profoundly thought-provoking, extraordinarily beautiful and an event not to be missed.

Rory Hunter: One man’s MODEL for build-to-rent

Rory Hunter: One man’s MODEL for build-to-rent

As he creates a template for the future, Rory Hunter envisages a type of build-to-rent that will deliver better lives for residents on every level.

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.