AASA - Providing leadership and advocacy for architectural education in Australasia
There is a consensus among universities that e-Learning has become an increasingly important tool for teachers and students in architectural education. The exponential growth of e-Learning makes it important that learning should happen at greater pace and depth.
Award-winning Italian architect Renzo Piano will mentor UNSW student
Jincheng Jiang is the first Masters of Architecture student in Australia to receive a six-month internship with the prestigious Renzo Piano Foundation in Italy.
MSD Alumni Survey Series: Julie Eizenberg
KoningEizenberg takes on the idyll of local and neighbourhood through the design of recent projects in the Los Angeles region in Urban Hallucinations. They bring a fresh eye to placemaking and community building in an urban area that is ambivalent about development, yet conscious of regional issues — notably sustainability, affordability, and housing shortage. Believing opportunities hide in plain sight, the architects sift through the context of increasing regulation, differing opinions on responsible growth, and priorities for quality of life to extract their own unexpected and compelling approach to the architecture of the day.
Exploring Geelong's creative future
A Deakin research project on Geelong’s vacant industrial space has moved into its next stage.
- We need more flexible housing for 21st-century lives
- Brisbane Open House: Architect for a day
- Brisbane Open House: Architect for a day
- Brisbane Open House: The Old Windmill Tower - Virtual Reality Tour
- Brisbane Open House: The Old Windmill Tower - Architectural History Workshop
CITY IN THE MIRROR – an urban space installation for Port Augusta
JOIN US to the launch of the installation on
Friday the 22nd of September from 2.00pm to 4.00pm
in front of the Old Court House in Commercial rd., Port Augusta and bring your ideas about the public space of the CBD
Public opening and party with drinks and nibbles
University of Sydney alumna named in Variety's 10 Virtual Reality Innovators to Watch
The University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning congratulates Master of Design Science alumna, Sally-anne Kellaway, who has recently been recognised by Variety magazine as one of their top 10 Virtual Reality Innovators to Watch.
5th year NEWCASTLE exhibition
The students of the Masters of Architecture at University of Newcastle invite you to attend their final year exhibition, entitled fortynine : fiftyone
Pasha Way, Newcastle, NSW
Opening Night: 5pm Friday, 1st December
The exhibition will also be open from 10am Saturday 2nd of Dec – 5pm Sunday 3rd December
Join us for light refreshments on Opening Night, catered by Supper Lane with complimentary drinks upon arrival.
Cities@UNSW - Spatial Inequality in Sydney
Our Cities@UNSW panels focus on the planning, design and development of metropolitan Sydney.
This panel will be framed around the implications of spatial inequality in Sydney.
This is part of the public engagement program of the UNSW Grand Challenge on Inequality.
Architecture & Design students create new ‘Home Base’ for Riverside Primary School
When Riverside Primary School officially opened its latest addition, the guests of honour were from another school entirely – the University of Tasmania’s School of Architecture and Design. In a collaboration between the two schools, design students created Home Base, a new veranda with integrated play elements that connects several classrooms and the structured learning within to the outdoor sports fields and the open-ended play without.
Interview: Reiser + Umemoto on career beginnings, design philosophy and their latest projects
Last week international guests Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto, founding directors of New York based firm Reiser + Umemoto (RUR Architecture DPC), visited the Melbourne School of Design as part of the 2017 Dean’s Lecture Series.
Please save the date for the University of Sydney's Annual Grad shows
University of Sydney Architecture are excited to announce the dates for this years’ annual graduation exhibitions. Expanding in size and quality every year, the opening nights are a celebration of the unwavering dedication and enormous achievements of our students. Show your support and join the celebrations.
UTAS School of Architecture and Design celebrates a decade at Inveresk
The School of Architecture and Design celebrated the 10th anniversary of its move to Inveresk recently, at a gala event held at the school.
Too hot in the city
Our concrete jungles are getting so hot they could eventually become uninhabitable. But a team of UNSW researchers is working hard to cool them down.
2 University of Sydney students win 2018 MADE scholarships
The Sydney Opera House has announced the Australian students selected for the 2018 MADE by the Opera House scholarship, the international exchange that extends architect Jørn Utzon’s collaborative approach to architecture, engineering and design.
Centenary, debate put focus on Architecture and Planning
With only a few weeks left before the General Election, the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland is hosting a series of events to coincide with its centenary, that highlight the influence of the disciplines on our daily lives.
Building new connections with project Vietnam Bamboo
A group of architecture students from the University of Tasmania have expanded their horizons in Vietnam.
Award presentation builds a celebration of student success
Outstanding student achievement was in the spotlight at Deakin University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment awards night.
Rome17 International Design Competition
UNISA Master of Architecture students Jacqueline Stacey and Cameron Stevenson have been awarded an Honourable Mention in the International Architectural Design Competition Rome 2017 for their scheme Tiber Two.
Innovative projects featured at Fast Forward
Award-winning architects, urban designers and planners will discuss their philosophies and innovative work at the upcoming Fast Forward Spring lecture series beginning next week at the University of Auckland.
Students redesign Wellington's Civic Square
Two School of Architecture students have been recognised by the Wellington City Council (WCC) for their vision for a redesigned Civic Square.
Drawn at SingaPlural 2017
A group of UniSA’s Art, Architecture and Design students are currently presenting a collection of works at the SingaPlural design festival, at the F1 Pit Building in Singapore.
Speaker Series – Matias Del Campo
Speaker Series – Matias Del Campo Tue 8 Aug 17, 6pm – Horace Lamb 1022 Lec theatre
Speaker Series – Barbara Imhof
Speaker Series – Barbara Imhof Tue 03 Oct 17, 6pm – Horace Lamb 1022 Lec theatre
Exhibition Opens: Shopping Towns Europe 1945-1975
On April 25th, the ‘Shopping Towns Europe 1945-1975’ exhibition opened in the Flanders Architecture Institute (VAi) in Antwerp, Belgium. This exhibition was co-curated by Janina Gosseye, post-doctoral research fellow at the UQ School of Architecture and Tom Avermaete, Professor of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands.
ALL-IN Exhibition at the University of Adelaide
ALL-IN Exhibition Sem1, 2017 – Fri 23 Jun, 6pm
2017 National Prizes: BlueScope Steel Glenn Murcutt Student Prize Awards
BlueScope Steel Glenn Murcutt Student Prize: James Hargrave
2017 National Prizes
Australian Institute of Architects
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.
RMIT Architecture staff and researchers have collaborated on a VR project at the National Gallery of Victoria
RMIT Architecture staff and researchers in the d__Lab RMIT, Vivian Mitsogianni, Mark Jacques, Cameron Newman and Karla Martinez as part of M@ STUDIO Architects along with Dean Boothroyd have recently collaborated on a VR Project called “If only…” with A/Prof Stefan Greuter and team from the RMIT Centre for Game Design Research.
Sandra Manninger ‘Sensible Bodies’ Lecture
Public lecture by Sandra Manninger, from Span Del Campo Manninger Architects. Friday 19th August 2016 at 6:00PM RMIT Building 80, Level 7, Lecture Theatre (80.07.01) Swanston Academic Building, 445 Swanston St, Melbourne