ArchitectureAU selects some of the architectural highlights of the seventh Open House Hobart program.
Andrew Burges explores four key strategies to enhance architecture’s power in collective city-making, as demonstrated by the 16 inspiring projects presented at the 2019 Architecture Symposium, Sydney.
The Naomi Milgrom Foundation is seeking expressions of interest from people with ideas for events for a six-month program to accompany the Glenn Murcutt-designed MPavilion.
Speakers from the UK and France will join Glenn Murcutt, Christopher Hawthorne and Mabel O. Wilson at the 2019 Living Cities Forum in Melbourne and Sydney.
The January 2019 Maison&Objet Paris show will take place in Paris from 18 to 22 January at the Paris Nord Villepinte.
The 2018 instalment of ACCA’s annual lecture series includes a talk on the role of architecture in shaping national identity.
The founders of American-Italian practice Lot-ek are the final speakers to be announced as appearing at The Architecture Symposium 2018 on 16 March.
British architect and Stirling prize winner Peter Clegg will be among the speakers at the Architecture Foundation Australia’s March conference.
ArchitectureAU rounds up the architectural highlights from the 2018 Sydney Design Festival program.
A number of film screenings, tours, and panel discussions at the 2018 Perth Writers Week will have an architectural slant.
The first events to be held as part of the 2018 Sydney Design Festival have been announced.
All four of Victoria’s architecture schools are currently headed by women. Seizing the moment, Parlour has organized a panel discussion to be held at the National Gallery of Victoria as part of the Triennial Extra program.
Heinrich Wolff of Wolff Architects, South Africa will give a keynote lecture on ‘network systems’ at this year’s Australian Urban Design Awards.
Tour lighthouses, a former butter factory and a tent house in the rainforest as Open House comes to the Sunshine Coast
The global Open House movement comes to the Sunshine Coast for the first time on 21 October, with 30 buildings opening their doors for the architecturally curious.
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.
A one-off symposium will see peers, colleagues and students of the late architect Peter Corrigan explore his influence of architecture and theatre design.
John Wardle Architects’ exhibition Coincidences will be on display at the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning as part of the 2017 National Architecture Conference fringe programme.
Architects and designers are invited to participate in Design Canberra and to submit work for inclusion in an exhibition responding to the architecture of Roy Grounds’s Shine Dome.
An exhibition on Indigenous land rights, office tours and a walk from Bondi to Bronte are among the events offered in the 2017 Landscape Australia Conference fringe program.
Australia’s Metabolist connection and a haunted asylum: the 2017 Victorian Australian Heritage Festival
The National Trust has unveiled the more than 180 events that will take place in Victoria over five weeks as part of the annual Heritage Festival.