With the establishment of the Ian Howard Memorial Scholarship, there is a singular opportunity to broaden horizons and experience the incredible design of Spain and Italy for one lucky student from RMIT Interior Design.
Bringing together the LGBTQI+ communities of our built environment industry, Architects with PRIDE is here to celebrate the 2023 World Pride and Mardi Gras Festival. Attend these 4 events this February.
In 2022 it was all about coming to the office, and feeling good while you were there. No surprises – 2022 marked a year of new workplaces that were bold, beautiful and not at all your typical office.
The industry’s leading conference on the Sustainable Built Environment takes place Thursday 10 November in person, in Sydney.
Beyond the realm of academia, RMIT’s administrative offices, or RMIT Our Place, by ARM Architecture called for a series of curated, tech-savvy spaces to appeal to its diversity of workers.
Co-founder of Architects Without Frontiers, Esther Charlesworth, speaks with Jarrod Reedie on AWF’s purpose for being – creating crucial infrastructure for communities in need.
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.
The new generation of students might be throwing out the rulebook when it comes to old learning nodes, but RMIT’s New Academic Street is writing a new one.
Melbourne architecture collective Sibling opens a new exhibition, which includes a live research project, on the link between ageing and the future design of our homes.
University enrolments across Australia continue to skyrocket. How are our architects and designers responding to this increased demand on student amenities?
Tertiary education is fast becoming the norm for a new generation of Australian and international students. As the sector continues to grow, we look at the key role of design in determining the quality of the student experience within Australian universities.