Howard Tanner, former national president of the Australian Institute of Architects, reflects on his experience running a practice through financial crises.
Olivia Hyde, Kate Goodwin and Qianyi Lim are the first professors of practice to be appointed by the architecture school.
More than 70 percent of survey respondents say the federal government’s wage subsidy prevented staff from being made redundant or stood down.
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.
A practice growing out of its “teenage years,” MA Architects is ready to evolve its language and move on to new things.
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.
A newly funded major research project, led by Naomi Stead, will investigate the effects of architectural work culture on the wellbeing of practitioners and students.
Woods Bagot CEO Nik Karalis speaks with ArchitectureAU editor Linda Cheng about his global firm’s response to the COVID-19 crisis.
The union representing architectural workers in Australia has launched a survey to better understand the effect COVID-19 is having on their levels of employment.
Architect and Yale professor Peggy Deamer wants us to see architecture as work, and architects as workers.
The World Architecture 100 ranks some of the world’s biggest practices by number of architects employed and revenue.
Architects are practising in an environment of outrageously low fees and cutthroat fee gazumping. Shaun Carter asks in this boom time why have architects managed to slash their fees in a desperate race to the bottom?
Nicholas Skepper reviews the 2017 Practice in Research/Research in Practice symposium in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
The case of an architect fined and suspended for “serious and sustained” breaches of the professional code of conduct suggests a more widespread practice of non-compliance.
A new podcast series explores the hurdles and triumphs emerging architects experience as they embark on establishing their own practices.
Lee Hillam reflects on the long-hours culture in architecture and asks: What is the real cost of this exploitative practice?
A look at the recent built projects of Melbourne studio Edwards Moore reveals a delightful body of work underpinned by conceptual rigour, spatial complexity and a “cheeky tilt.”
Rosevear Stephenson Architects carefully stitches together the qualities of the site and the desires of the client to create honest and elemental houses.
If architecture is to have any real impact beyond its disciplinary boundaries, then our definition of those boundaries must change, argues Paolo Tombesi.
Sir Peter Cook on 2013 Gold Medallist Peter Wilson’s work, and aptitude for invention.