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Institute’s 2019 Architecture Award winners revealed

Institute’s 2019 Architecture Award winners revealed

Diverse, responsive and innovative, 35 winners and 12 commendations have been revealed for the Institute’s 2019 Architecture Awards.

5 minutes with HY William Chan – the recently awarded “Forbes 30 Under 30”

5 minutes with HY William Chan – the recently awarded “Forbes 30 Under 30”

Recognised for his game-changing disruption of the architecture and design industry, HY William Chan has earned a well-deserved place on Forbes magazine’s coveted “30 Under 30” list for architectural leadership and advocacy in 2019.

Living On  | As Green As Can Be: Woodside

Living On | As Green As Can Be: Woodside

Perth’s new Woodside Headquarters takes ‘leading by example’ to the next level – combining advanced sustainability operations with direct commercial imperatives.

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.

Works like magic: The top workplace projects of 2018

Works like magic: The top workplace projects of 2018

Work is such a big part of life. And designers are constantly pushing forward with new agendas in the spaces we inhabit while at work. What workplace projects had you inspired throughout 2018? We count them down.

Peeling back the layers: Cox Brisbane reveals new studio

Peeling back the layers: Cox Brisbane reveals new studio

Getting a glimpse into the inner workings, and design, of an architecture practice, fulfils a voyeurism for many in the industry. Brooke Lloyd, director – head of interior design at Cox Brisbane, opens up about the process taken when redoing the practice’s own office. And as you can imagine, it’s all about diplomacy and democracy meeting design.

Top education design for a smarter future

Top education design for a smarter future

Education design cannot be overlooked when we think about the future of our built environments. From architecturally inspired schools, to the break down of physical barriers to learning – the way we design our education facilities says a lot about what we care about in society.

Dance for Life 2018 went off!

Dance for Life 2018 went off!

Dance for Life is a rare opportunity for the architecture and design community to really let its hair down and party – all for a good cause. 2018’s dance celebration was no exception.

Why Design Needs A Narrative: The Power of Storytelling

Why Design Needs A Narrative: The Power of Storytelling

The power of storytelling is integral to all creative pursuits and never, in our identity crisis post-digital age, has the need for storytelling been more central to the world of A+D. But how exactly can the concept of the design narrative be used effectively, and why is it so important?

Indesign Luminary: Philip Cox

Indesign Luminary: Philip Cox

Indesign celebrates the career of luminary Philip Cox, whose distinctive style is seen throughout Australia as well as internationally.