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ASCA affiliation!

The AASA has joined the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ASCA) as an International Affiliate Member.

2019 Digital Learning Research Grant - winner announced

The AASA has received a total of four high quality proposals from members for 2019 Digital Learning Research Grant and is pleased to announce the grant will be awarded to…

AASA education prize

AASA Education Prize for Early Career Academics 2019 - now closed

UPDATE: The jury is currently reviewing the applications. Further updates to follow.

AASA Digital Learning Research Grant 2019 Announced

Parlour Sponsorship

The AASA is pleased to announce our sponsorship to Parlour for the next 3 years (2019 – 2021). Parlour is a research-based advocacy organisation working to improve fender equity in architecture and the built environment professions.


Major study into architectural education and the profession

A major study of Architectural Education and the Profession in Australia and New Zealand is being led by the AACA with the support of all architectural stakeholder organisations in Australia and New Zealand, including the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia.

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.

Image: Interior, Miller Chapel. Temple Israel of Hollywood, KonigEizenberg Architecture, 2016. Photograph: Eric Staudenmaier.

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.