Tag: AA Unbuilt
After a near decade-long hiatus, the AA Prize for Unbuilt Work is back and entries are open.
While unbuilt projects are by nature speculative, the entrants to the 2011 AA Prize also keep it real, writes Timothy Moore.
The winner of the 2011 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work was announced on 2 February at Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street House.
This seminar is an introduction to the complex world of marketing communications for people running architectural practices.
Perth architect Philip Griffiths has been presented with the Architects Board of WA’s Board Award.
Entries to Architecture Australia‘s Unbuilt design competition close on 7 October.
Entries are now open for the AA Prize for Unbuilt Work.
Constance Guisset creates a dialogue between architecture and design around the Scarpas’ 1979 furniture collection.
Honourable Mentions in the 2010 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work.
Footscray – Fresh and Cheap by Helen Duong
Special Mentions in the 2010 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work.
Sustainable Futures – How might we make “sustainable” buildings, environments and practices in 2020? In 2050?
The AA Prize for Unbuilt Work had a significant role in Australian architecture in the 1990s. As a prelude to announcing our revitalized prize for unbuilt work, we present winning entries from the past along with our plans for the future.