Tag: Regional practice

The MG/GT administration building in Kununurra, Western Australia by CODA Studio and Mark Phillips Architect (2013) services two Indigenous organizations in the wider Kimberley Region.
Discussion | Kieran Wong | 24 May 2019

Working in Indigenous communities: Fourth World problems

Kieran Wong laments the failings inherent in procuring essential work for Indigenous communities, a process in which politics, bureaucracy and a misguided push for innovation inhibit empowerment and reconciliation.

TPG Architects' extensions to and heritage adaptation of the School of Arts, Cairns Museum building (2017) restore the city's oldest public building while also adding a new chapter to the building's story.
Discussion | Shaneen Fantin | 20 May 2019

A portrait of regional practice

Shaneen Fantin speaks with practitioners in far north Queensland to discuss flexible practice models, working with government and the profits and pitfalls of collaboration.

[L-R]: Phillip Nielsen and Aaron Nicholls of the Regional Design Service.
People | Patrick Hunn | 5 Mar 2019

A country practice: Regional Design Service

Against all caution, city dwellers Phillip Nielsen and Aaron Nicholls established a now-thriving architecture studio in a rural town deprived of an architect since 1973.

The August 2017 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia – Forgotten Lands: Complexity and Change in Regional Australia.
Archive | Ricky Ray Ricardo | 1 Aug 2017

August issue of LAA out now

A preview of the August 2017 issue of Landscape Architecture Australia.

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