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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.
- Welcome to our new Head of School, Professor Alan Peters
University of Adelaide
- UQ Architecture Lecture Series: Michael Banney
- UQ Architecture Lecture Series: Kelly Shannon
- Don Watson: A Civil Servant Exhibition
- Gerard Murtagh
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.
Unitec students re-design Whangarei waterfront
Artificial oyster reefs, self-closing flood barriers, community gardens, wetlands parks and low-rise terraced housing — these were some of the features suggested by Unitec students in their designs for a waterfront development in Whangarei.
Building new connections with project Vietnam Bamboo
A group of architecture students from the University of Tasmania have expanded their horizons in Vietnam.