The design of 263-279 Broadway SJB with Land and Form Studios has been announced as the winner of a competition held by City of Sydney. It’s set to redefine student living in the heart of Glebe.
Once the domain of the ‘starchitect’, architecture has become a much more inclusive and accessible practice, with people like SJB director Adam Haddow leading the way.
As part of UNSW’s Celebrating Women on Campus project, the home of UNSW’s School of Built Environment has been renamed in honour of a trailblazing architecture graduate.
SJB is well versed in designing residential architecture and, while Ashbury Terraces might be a relatively small project in relation to Sydney as a whole, it provokes some fundamental questions about the future of Australian cities.
Launched last night in Sydney, Cult presents Cult Design Icons. An exhibition curated by Australia’s top design influencers, it is a comprehensive celebration of design at its most timeless and transcendent.
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.
Is it really February already?! With 2023 already well on its way, it’s time for our first On The Move round-up of promotions and hires across the design industry. Who’s moved in 2023?
In this article, SJB’s Monica Edwards writes on how straddling the role of educator and designer can help us pose the questions that really matter in learning environments, and in life.
Joining their considerable forces in 2018, Jo Kinniburgh and Shannon Foster, as bangawarra (meaning to make, to design and to bring about through sustained effort), have a monumental task ahead of them.
52 Reservoir Street by SJB is one of those magical buildings that you come across on a city walk that simply delights.
The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.