The Victorian government will partially shut down the state’s construction sites as part of stage four COVID-19 restrictions.
Rory Hyde asks what sort of world we want to re-enter when we emerge from the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Australian Institute of Architects survey finds widespread cessation of projects and rising unemployment among architects.
The University of NSW’s Faculty of Built Environment will merge with two other faculties as a response to financial hardship.
Howard Tanner, former national president of the Australian Institute of Architects, reflects on his experience running a practice through financial crises.
The Victorian Government has approved more than $1 billion worth of projects in its latest tranche of fast-tracked approvals including major apartment projects, offices and Cox Architecture’s $150 million Geelong Civic Precinct.
The NSW government has announced a further 19 state significant projects to be fast-tracked for assessment as part of the third tranche of its Planning System Acceleration Program.
Parlour’s survey seeks to understand the demographics, work place environments and wellbeing of people in the profession.
Former Australian Institute of Architects national president Robert Caulfield reflects on his experience from the 1990s recession and outlines a 10-point checklist for survival and recovery.
More than 70 percent of survey respondents say the federal government’s wage subsidy prevented staff from being made redundant or stood down.
As the economic crisis deepens we continue our project of looking back at the architecture industry in past crises.
The Australian Institute of Architects says the federal government’s $680 million “Home Builder” stimulus package is a missed opportunity for social housing and sustainable homes.
With a recession upon us, we dig through the Architecture Australia archives to find a state by state breakdown of how architects fared in the last recession of the early 1990s.
The Association of Consulting Architects is conducting a third “pulse check” survey of how architectural practices are faring with the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NSW government has abandoned plans to refurbish Stadium Australia but will push ahead with Parramatta Powerhouse.
The New South Wales and Victorian governments have each announced a raft of major building projects to be fast tracked through the planning assessment system to boost the economy.
Matthew Alfred is a graduate of the University of Adelaide and is currently working at ARM Architecture’s Adelaide office.
The COVID-19 pandemic has once again cause the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale to be postponed.
The Victorian government has promised $2.7 billion to boost the construction sector, with the bulk of the money going towards education infrastructure and public and community housing.
As coronavirus forces us to keep our distance, city density matters less than internal density