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MINI Profiles: David Luck Architecture

21 Sep, 2017

In October green magazine, in collaboration with MINI and the City of Melbourne, is presenting MINI LIVING – INVERT, an exhibition and series of talks analysing the importance of sustainable, small-scale architecture. In the lead-up we’ve decided to showcase all the wonderful architects involved in the exhibition through our MINI…

Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2017

20 Sep, 2017

Nightingale Housing has been announced as a finalist in the Built Environment category for this year’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards for their Nightingale 1 project. The interim Chief Executive of Sustainability Victoria, Stephanie Ziersch, praised the team for their creative and insightful work towards building a more sustainable environment. “Delivering these…

Festival of Architecture and Design 2017 – Future Cities

20 Sep, 2017

South Australia is promising a glimpse of the future city at this year’s Festival of Architecture and Design (FAD). Now in in its third iteration, FAD will curate the theme of Future Cities as part of South Australia’s Open State Festival from Thursday 5 October until Sunday 8 October. As…

MINI LIVING – INVERT is underway

19 Sep, 2017

MINI LIVING – INVERT is an exhibition of designs in response to a brief for a residence for a family of four on a unique 6x10m site in Melbourne’s CBD. Fourteen architects have responded enthusiastically to the brief and their designs and 3D models will be exhibited on the site…

MINI Profiles: David Vernon Architect

19 Sep, 2017

In October green magazine, in collaboration with MINI and the City of Melbourne, is presenting MINI LIVING – INVERT, an exhibition and series of talks analysing the importance of sustainable, small-scale architecture. In the lead-up we’ve decided to showcase all the wonderful architects involved in the exhibition through our MINI…

Winners announced for Density and Diversity Done Well challenge

18 Sep, 2017

Seven professional architecture teams and a student have been named winners of the Queensland government’s Density and Diversity Done Well ideas competition. The purpose of the Density and Diversity Done Well competition was to explore what might be called “the missing middle” and to propose new housing options for Queensland that meet…

National Architecture Awards shortlist revealed

15 Sep, 2017

The competition for recognition as the best in Australian architecture has reached its most fierce with a record 983 entries being received across 14 categories in this year’s Australian Institute of Architects’ National Architecture Awards, the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. Following the Chapter Architecture Awards presentations…

MINI Profiles: Edition Office

15 Sep, 2017

In October green magazine, in collaboration with MINI and the City of Melbourne, is presenting MINI LIVING – INVERT, an exhibition and series of talks analysing the importance of sustainable, small-scale architecture. In the lead-up we’ve decided to showcase all the wonderful architects involved in the exhibition through our MINI…

DENFAIR announces expansion to Sydney

14 Sep, 2017

One of Australia’s leading contemporary design and art events, DENFAIR, has announced that they will hold an annual Sydney event starting next year. The event will be in addition to Melbourne’s DENFAIR with plans to hold two shows each year. DENFAIR brings together the brightest talent from local and international…

Portable iron houses: a small history lesson

13 Sep, 2017

Homes in Australia these days may be among the largest in the world, but it most certainly wasn’t always that way. While living small is regarded as the future of residential development, there are excellent examples of small-scale architecture in practice from our past. The Industrial Revolution introduced architects and…