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Tom Kovac

RMIT Professor Tom Kovac has presented at the Medini CEO forum in Malaysia

Tom Kovac RMIT Professor of Architecture and Medy Hassan RMIT Deputy Chair of the Centre for Integrated Project Solutions Industry Advisory Board, Adjunct Professor in RMIT’s School of Property, Construction and Project Management; speaking at MEDINI CEO FORUM 2017 – The Future Revolution Smart Cities IoT and Innovation. – Malaysia Biennial 100YC Medini 2017 is one of Malaysia’s largest urban developments with a gross development value (GDV) of US$20 billion, is envisaged to be the new central business district for Iskandar Puteri. The 2,230-acre mixed development zone will be designed as a smart city incorporating financial, residential, leisure and healthcare components.

UTS Lecturer in Landscape Architecture Rhys Williams has joined Landscape Architecture Australia as one of seven newly appointed contributing editors.

Landscape Architecture Australia, through is online platform and quarterly physical publication, provides an authoritative and contemporary record of landscape architecture, urban design and land-use planning in Australia.
It presents independent reviews of public, commercial and residential work, plus commissioned comment on the issues facing landscape architecture and its practitioners today.

PhD student Faeze Yavari, Senior Lecturer Morten Gjerde, Emeritus Professor George Baird, Associate Professor Michael Donn, Senior Lecturer Guy Marriage and Masters student Elzine Brasch.

Success at the Architectural Science Association 2016 conference

Two Victoria University School of Architecture students were recognised at the Architectural Science Association 2016 conference held in Adelaide in December.

Chichu Art Museum, Japan. Designed by Tadao Ando and virtually reimagined by Eliot Blenkarne.

Concrete meets virtual reality concrete meets virtual reality

Architecture student Eliot Blenkarne has been awarded the New Zealand Concrete Society Prize for his use of virtual reality to explore concrete buildings.

Public Lecture - New Indigenous architecture of the Pacific Rim at the University of Queensland

The University of Queensland’s Indigenous Design Place network and School of Architecture have brought together a rare confluence of three influential Indigenous architects from three Pacific Rim nations who will discuss their ideas on contemporary Indigenous architecture.

Latrobe Regional Gallery - courtesy of NAAU

RMIT Architecture Lecturers John Doyle and Ben Milbourne win competition to refurbish Latrobe Regional Gallery

RMIT Architecture Lecturers John Doyle and Ben Milbourne, along with sessional staff members Laura Mártires and Edmund Carter as a part of NAAU Studio architects have won a competition to refurbish the Latrobe Regional Gallery in Morwell.

Architecture staff nominated for Timber Design Awards

Following on from the School of Architecture and Planning’s success in the recent Best Awards, the School is celebrating another record number of nominations in 2017 NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards.

University of Auckland staff and students have been honoured with prestigious Gold Pins at the recent Best Awards.

At a special awards dinner on Friday 14 October, three staff members and three student projects from the School of Architecture and Planning were recognised at the evening celebrating the best of New Zealand design in various fields.