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Elva Tang of Henning Larsen Architects presenting at The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane 2019.
Review | Scott Petherick | 20 Mar 2019

Architecture as social facilitator: The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane 2019

Scott Petherick reviews The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane, which took place at the State Library of Queensland on 15 March.

Bamboo Playhouse by Eleena Jamil Architect.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 14 Feb 2019

The Architecture Symposium Brisbane to explore design in the Asian Century

Eight architects representing the diversity of architecture and design across the Asia Pacific region will appear at The Architecture Symposium Brisbane.

Speakers at The Architecture Symposium, Sydney.
Review | Mark Raggatt | 16 Nov 2018

All we can hope or ask for: The Architecture Symposium Sydney

At The Architecture Symposium Sydney, an event billed as giving voice to Australia’s world-class architects, Mark Raggatt found the day full of questioning and hope.

447 Collins Street by Shop Architects and Woods Bagot.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 13 Nov 2018

Shop Architects’ William Sharples in conversation for Architecture Australia roundtable

William Sharples, founding principal of New York-based practice Shop Architects, will appear at an Architecture Australia roundtable event on 29 November.

Ann-Maree Ruffles (ThomsonAdsett) speaks at the 2018 Health Care/Health Design conference.
Review | Casey Bryant | 8 Nov 2018

Human need, human condition: 2018 Health Care / Health Design conference

At the 2018 Health Care / Health Design conference, Casey Bryant found opportunities and challenges emerging as the home and the hospital become increasingly intertwined.

Work Place/Work Life 2018.
Review | Hannes Zirknitzer | 12 Oct 2018

‘Understanding the lives of employees and the personalities of companies’: 2018 Work Place / Work Life forum

Work Place / Work Life, the annual workplace design forum that is part of the Design Speaks program, threw diverse perspectives and knowledge backgrounds into the turbulent discourse of workplace strategy and design.

South Melbourne Primary School by Hayball.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 6 Sep 2017

Pedagogy and architecture meet at Design Speaks: Old School/New School 2017

A forum about the future of design in education, Old School/New School will bring together an international line-up of speakers from the worlds of architecture and education.

The Sunshine Coast University Hospital by Architectus and HDR Rice Daubney.
Review | Stefano Scalzo | 24 Apr 2017

Bill of health: Reflections on contemporary healthcare design

How are demographic shifts and technological changes affecting the design of healthcare facilities? Stefano Scalzo considers the evolution of healthcare design.

The Toy Management House by Austin Maynard Architects.
Talk | 6 Apr 2017

Design Speaks: Our Houses (Perth)

Presented by Houses magazine, this behind-the-scenes event will look at how architects have collaborated with their clients to create homes that reflect the way we live today.

Toorak Gardens House by Grieve Gillett Andersen.
Talk | 6 Apr 2017

Design Speaks: Our Houses (Adelaide)

Presented by Houses magazine, this behind-the-scenes event will look at how architects have collaborated with their clients to create homes that reflect the way we live today.

Lagoon House in Clifton Beach, Tasmania by Taylor and Hinds Architects.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 17 Feb 2017

Our Houses talks series comes to Hobart

Houses magazine will host an Our Houses talk in Hobart in March – the first in Tasmania – with speakers from Taylor and Hinds Architects and Make Architecture.

Perimeter House by Make Architecture.
Talk | 15 Feb 2017

Design Speaks: Our Houses – Hobart

Our Houses, a conversation between architects and their clients, will take place on Wednesday 1 March 2017 at Brickworks Design Studio in Hobart.

The Einstein Medial Center Montgomery in East Norriton Pennsylvania, designed by Perkins+Will.
News | Louisa Wright | 17 Oct 2016

Neuro-architecture comes to Health Care / Health Design

The 2016 Health Care / Health Design forum will feature a keynote address on the growing field of neuro-architecture.

Bendigo Hospital in Bendigo, Victoria by Bates Smart and Silver Thomas Hanley.
News | Louisa Wright | 22 Sep 2016

Health Care / Health Design 2016: keynote speakers announced

The Health Care / Health Design forum brings together Australasia’s leading practitioners, researchers, administrators and clinicians to discuss issues surrounding health design and healthcare.

The 2016 Work Place/Work Life forum. Panellists (L–R): Monica Parker (chair), Kursty Groves, Peter Andrew, Su Lim and Cai Kjaer.
Review | Anna Maskiell | 12 Sep 2016

2016 Work Place / Work Life

This year’s Work Place Work Life forum unpacked current conditions of workplace design and speculated about future change.

Airbnb office in Portland, designed by Bora Architects and Aaron Taylor Harvey and Rachael Yu.
Discourse | 24 Aug 2016

Spaces for innovation: future-focused workplaces

From Airbnb to Lego, Microsoft to Medibank, new book Spaces for Innovation shines light on the environmental elements that impact creative performance and innovation in business.

Celebrating "Growing Communities" at Vaudeville Court by Levitt Bernstein as part of the 2015 London Festival of Architecture. Levitt Bernstein explores way of influencing the urban housing model and addressing broader social needs.
Review | Heidi Dokulil | 15 Aug 2016

2016 Housing Futures

Australia’s population rose to 24 million in February 2016. How can research, policy and good design keep pace with this growing demand for housing? Leading architects, researchers and policymakers gathered at the Housing Futures symposium in Sydney in July to discuss the future of housing.

2016 Work Place/Work Life keynote speakers.
News | 9 Aug 2016

Keynotes announced: 2016 Work Place / Work Life conference

Keynote speakers and case study presenters revealed for 2016 Work Place / Work Life conference.

Turner Building at Monash University's Clayton campus, by Jackson Clements Burrows.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 6 Jul 2016

Local projects under the spotlight at Housing Futures

A series of case studies at the 2016 Housing Futures forum will examine successful Australian and New Zealand housing models, from student halls of residence and multigenerational living to compact alternatives to the quarter-acre block.

In London, Levitt Bernstein's Vaudeville Court is a social housing model offering greater density at a scale that matches the surrounding terrace houses. The flexible housing model can be adapted to suit various infill sites.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 29 Jun 2016

Speakers announced for international forum on the future of housing

From high-quality social spaces to speculative models for retirement living, the Housing Futures forum will investigate the critical factors shaping contemporary housing.