AASA - Providing leadership and advocacy for architectural education in Australasia
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.
Exploring Geelong's creative future
A Deakin research project on Geelong’s vacant industrial space has moved into its next stage.
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.
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.