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Architectural Review Asia Pacific
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Breathe Architecture On The Architect’s Responsibility In A Crisis
Breathe Architecture’s founding director Jeremy McLeod doesn’t like the trope of the solitary, dyed-in-the-wool genius architect. Raised by leftist political activists, McLeod credits them with his social conscience – a critical foundation that he ca
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Death Of The Great Australian Dream
Writing the following article 11 years ago, I expressed the hope that Australian architects and planners would learn from the deadly bushfires of the previous month and rethink their commitment to the single-family dwelling and the Great Australian D
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Connecting Country
As powerful Black and Indigenous Lives Matter marches bring a wave of feet to Australian streets, it’s heartening to see so many non-Indigenous allies realise that now is the time to stand up. That they must speak out against systemic racism more bro
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How To Build Trust In Remote Teams
Whenever there is change and uncertainty, employees will naturally withhold expending too much energy into a team, until it feels safe to do so. Continuing to boost your team’s trust levels is critical, while everyone is learning the ropes. This is t
Architectural Review Asia Pacific4 min de lecturePopular Culture & Media Studies
Track Your Marketing Metrics To Improve Your Impact And Reach
When things are going well, marketing and business development tend to slide towards the bottom of your practice’s long to-do list. However, the current operating environment – caused by the coronavirus pandemic and its subsequent shutdown – has seen
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Where Do We Work From Here?
Is the workplace dead? How do companies optimise performance when creativity is at the heart of their business? There are loads of quick fixes to getting people safely back to their workplaces, but if innovation is crucial for your business the focus
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How Will Covid-19 Change Hospitality Design?
We are experiencing the biggest global experiment of our times – forcing swift change and a rapid uptake into future technologies and working models that were previously academic. While many businesses no doubt feel unsteady, this current state force
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How Covid-19 Is Shaping The Future Of Seniors Living
With the elderly community most at risk, seniors’ housing (retirement living and aged care) is at the coalface of change to manage COVID-19 and any future infectious diseases. For the past few weeks, the focus of seniors’ living providers, especially
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Curious Practice
Warren Haasnoot (35) and Greg Lee (36) have more in common than a passion for architecture. They both graduated from TAFE and worked in architecture practices locally before completing their Masters of Architecture at the University of Newcastle. Aft
Architectural Review Asia Pacific5 min de lectureArchitecture
Edgars Creek House
Edgars Creek house is emblematic of Breathe Architecture’s respect for Australia’s native landscape. Nested on the steep banks of Edgars Creek, in the inner Melbourne suburb of Coburg North, the residence quietly renegotiates existing hierarchies bet
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Parry Street
The project included Heritage and sustainability considerations, retaining all of the historic brickwork and reimagining the space with a contemporary rear addition, an external timber veiling and a new flood of natural light. What were your ambitio
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Home Sweet Hemp
A few years ago McCloud’s company Hab (Happiness Architecture Beauty) delivered a 42-home project called The Triangle in Swindon, Wiltshire in the UK, using hempcrete as the building material. “I look at the range of materials out there and I cannot
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Sans Limitations
You only have to spend a few minutes chatting to Matiya Marovich to understand why Sans-Arc Studio is the perfect name. Founded in Adelaide, the emerging practice’s designation means ‘Without Architecture’ – a playful riff on the fact that founder, M
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Showcase
Developed by Samsung with world-renowned French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, The Serif blurs the lines between modern design and technology, for TV that blends seamlessly into your space. Sharp and sophisticated, the signature I-shaped profi
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Where To Even Begin?
Waiting to catch a breath is the sensation of 2020. The devastation of this summer’s bushfires was followed far too closely by the global coronavirus pandemic, splintered by a reckoning on racial inequity prompted by the Black and Indigenous Lives Ma
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Bookshelf
Raisbeck goes beyond standard biographic and chronographic accounts of architecture in this thorough and occasionally scathing book. As he writes, “The global architectural system is a totalitarian state… warlords rule over scavengers, tribes seek to
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Ownership Builds Better Communities
Travelling to South Africa and India while studying at university, HY William Chan met with vulnerable slum communities on the very fringes of urban sprawl. “That helped me to really understand the skillsets of an architect, and how to apply those sk
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People-powered Project
With 45,000 square meterage over 35 floors, an emboldened Melbourne CBD location at 555 Collins Street and occupancy rates at delightfully low levels, you’d assume a $1.5 billion commercial tower from Charter Hall would be a successful walk in the pa
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Balancing The Looks
This issue is being published to coincide with BoAD, the inaugural Business of Architecture and Design conference, which is produced by the publisher of this magazine, Niche Media. One of the events being held in said conference is a seminar on the M
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Twin Peeks
AR: In simple terms what does WillowDigital do? Tom White: Willow is the digital twin for the built world. We are a technology company revolutionising the way we design, build, operate and interact with the built environment. Through our software a
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What Keeps Architects Awake At Night?
States are looking at ways to allow private certifiers to continue to practise even with conditions relating to combustible cladding in their cover. While this may keep the system running for a bit longer, it is very worrying and likely to affect arc
Architectural Review Asia Pacific3 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Immersive Experiences With Shared VR
Igloo designs, develops and delivers immersive 360-degree domes, cylinders and all of the enabling technologies. Stepping inside one of its immersive spaces is a bit like stepping inside a giant VR headset. And, because anything up to 750 people can
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Asian Opportunities
Earlier this year, the University of Sydney School of Architecture staged a congenial exhibition called Fusion of Horizons. Consisting of private letters, diary entries, ethnographic research and an array of drawings and models, it told the story of
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Case Study Lanes Group Training And Employee Retention Project
Lanes Group is the UK’s largest independent drainage and utilities specialist. One of its most important contracts is to unblock, clean and repair drains and sewers for 15 million Thames Water customers. With a commitment to health, well-being and em
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Do Joint Ventures Hold The Key To Large-scale Project Success?
In the past, Australian architecture joint ventures (JVs) have typically involved bringing together interstate peers to provide complementary expertise and/or proximity, or practices joining forces to deliver specialised buildings, or collaborations
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Specialist Healthcare Design
Specialist healthcare design is a rapidly growing sector for many architecture firms. According to Healthcare Design magazine’s 2018 Architecture/ Engineering and Construction (A/E/C) Survey1 , while working in the healthcare sector has its challenge
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A Bit Of Healthy Competition…
Competitions represent the currency of talent in architecture. We all live in a world where talent defines not just our professional successes but our competitiveness as nations. For a client looking for a fresh approach, a successful competition bri
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Murcutt’s Mpavilion
AR: What do you think MPavilion means for the city? Glenn Murcutt: This is the fifth MPavilion and, as time has gone on, it’s become more significant as an event rather than the pavilion. The pavilion represents the vehicle in which things take pla
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Agency And Change: Disruptive Construction Technologies
When trying to predict the future it is always important to reflect on the past and take stock of the present. Innovations in architecture and transformations in its practices have always been closely linked to technological change and practices of r
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