Five early-career architects from across the country have been selected to participate in the prestigious 2024 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Dulux Study Tour.
With its stunning outlooks over Lake Burley Griffin, the new ANU Research School of Physics building, designed by Hassell, was an opportunity to embed wellbeing features as a primary element of the aesthetic. There is a clear alignment between the building blocks of the discipline – light, energy, matter and the interconnections between objects and […]
With contextual care and the odd formal flourish, the Monash University Pharmacy Pavilion has been completed by Splinter Society.
In this comment piece, Hayball Principal, Dr Fiona Young, considers what it means to really understand education spaces and design for deep learning.
BVN’s redesign of this heritage site has created a new city campus in Brisbane featuring a varied range of functional spaces and long-term flexibility.
In no particular order, we bring you some of the most inspiring, unique and unusual recent projects across education design that have also featured in the INDE.Awards.
A stunning concept created by Greenaway Architects, Warren and Mahoney and OCULUS has won the design competition for UTS’ future National First Nations College.
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.
Timothy Alouani-Roby caught up with the Melbourne-based architect at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) after her AIA Gold Medal speech.
The University of New England (UNE) recently hosted a community reveal of Architectus’ initial vision for the proposed Tamworth campus. We walk you through the update.
The 2023 Nexus Designs Janne Faulkner Prize for Design Excellence at RMIT has been announced and it follows some exciting leadership changes at the practice.