Peter Bennetts studied photography at RMIT. He has since travelled all over the world, first photographing environmental features and then the constructed environment. Melbourne-based, he’s a globe-roaming architectural photographer whose work appears in internationally acclaimed publications. His concerns include documenting Tuvalu, a country that is vulnerable to rising sea levels.
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Announced on 23 August, the shortlist for the 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards includes 35 projects for Best Restaurant Design.
Fifty-two entries have been shortlisted in the 2019 edition of the Australian Urban Design Awards.
Forty-one Australian projects and 11 architecture and design practices are among hundreds of projects and studios longlisted for the 2019 Dezeen Awards.
Reconfiguring architecture’s relationship to Indigenous knowledge: 2019 National Architecture Conference
Attending the 2019 National Architecture Conference, Sam Spurr was struck by the way the question of collective agency in architecture was grounded in an urgent conversation about how the practice relates to Indigenous knowledge.
Nicola Cortese, a recent graduate, reflects on the 2019 National Architecture Conference and its exhortation to be “less afraid of risk and more exhilarated by the potential offered by experimentation.”