OPEN HOUSE HOBART 2023 | HOLY TRINITY GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
Australian Institute of Architects
by Events Team
3M ago
Visit this Gothic Revival masterpiece, considered one of Hobart’s most prominent colonial buildings. This convict-built, heritage-listed church is regarded by many as the Gothic masterpiece of James Blackburn, housing the oldest bells made for an Australian Church and three stunning Greek Orthodox chandeliers from Athens. The post OPEN HOUSE HOBART 2023 | HOLY TRINITY GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH appeared first on Australian Institute of Architects ..read more
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OPEN HOUSE HOBART 2023 | HADLEYS HOTEL
Australian Institute of Architects
by Events Team
3M ago
Embark on the immersive audio tour of the historic Hadley’s Orient Hotel, ‘Trail of Terrific Tales’. Learn where Tasmania’s first roller skating rink opened in 1867, where Roald Amundsen stayed after his South Pole victory, and how Tasmania’s first ice creams were made in 1850. The post OPEN HOUSE HOBART 2023 | HADLEYS HOTEL appeared first on Australian Institute of Architects ..read more
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OPEN HOUSE HOBART 2023 | FORESTRY BUILDING
Australian Institute of Architects
by Events Team
4M ago
Woods Bagot with Hansen Yuncken is sympathetically regenerating the existing structure, restoring Morris-Nunn and Associates’ original building and distinctive 22-meter diameter glass dome, reinstating the native urban forest that once stood beneath it. With the addition of new buildings and modern insertions, the design team is activating the historic building and transforming it into a dynamic learning hub for the University of Tasmania. The post OPEN HOUSE HOBART 2023 | FORESTRY BUILDING appeared first on Australian Institute of Architects ..read more
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Dulux Colour Forecast 2024
Australian Institute of Architects
by Jessie Lewis
4M ago
This year’s colour trends reflect an inner desire for positivity and spaces that nurture within our homes. The new trends feature warm colours with a yellow inference, pink-influenced clay hues and reddy browns, olive green and accents of pale blue and zesty yellow. Learn more at Dulux.com.au Back to Lean In recordings The post Dulux Colour Forecast 2024 appeared first on Australian Institute of Architects ..read more
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Nomination of Dr Kent’s Paddock and Open Space for State Heritage Listing
Australian Institute of Architects
by Alex Knopoff
1y ago
The Australian Institute of Architects SA Chapter supports the nomination of Dr Kent’s Paddock and Open Space for State Heritage listing.  The development is an exemplar of the medium density social housing delivered by the SA Housing Trust (SAHT) during the 1970s.   Designed by notable architect Newell Platten, who was appointed as the Chief Design Architect at the SAHT, with a remit to improve the Trust’s design standards.  Dr Kent’s Paddick provides one and two-bedroom flats and townhouse accommodation in the inner-metro area that is accessible to people on lower incomes. T ..read more
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SA Jury Day Schedule 2023
Australian Institute of Architects
by Alex Knopoff
1y ago
Jury presentation day for the 2023 SA Architecture Awards will take place on Saturday, 18 March 2023. The presentations are divided between three rooms at the Australian Institute of Architects (Level 2 15 Leigh Street, Adelaide) and ODASA (28 Leigh Steet, Adelaide).  Everyone is invited to join and learn about the projects entered into the 2023 Awards directly from the architects. Registration is not required, but if you would like to receive a reminder for the event, you can sign up here for members, or here for non-members. Room 1 (ODASA Ground Floor) PUBLIC ARCHITECTUR ..read more
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Introducing The New Refuel CPD Library
Australian Institute of Architects
by Ille Smolanko
1y ago
Ille Smolanko February 23, 2023 10:32 am Introduction introducing the new refuel cpd library We hope you have been well as we move through Q1 of 2023. We’re bringing you this message to announce the launch of the redesigned Refuel CPD Library. We’ll provide you with an overview of the changes, how you can submit your listing, and what’s on the horizon for this platform. Refuel CPD Library has officially launched! The library is now live. After much work and consideration – we’ve redesigned this resource from the ground-up to consider the needs of both architects, and providers alike ..read more
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New Climate Emergency Guide has just released
Australian Institute of Architects
by Ille Smolanko
1y ago
Ille Smolanko February 20, 2023 12:01 pm Resources for Suppliers INTRODUCTION TO THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY GUIDE As providers of continuing professional development (CPD) for architects, you’ll be pleased to know that the University of New South Wales has released a comprehensive guide for new and existing buildings in Australia to help tackle the climate emergency. This guide is an excellent resource that provides science-based benchmarks, targets, and pathways for reducing carbon emissions and increasing energy efficiency in building design and operation. Access the guide here Featu ..read more
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Changes to CPD Regulations
Australian Institute of Architects
by Ille Smolanko
1y ago
Ille Smolanko December 13, 2022 2:01 pm Introduction Latest Changes to cpd regulations On behalf of the Refuel Team, we hope you have been well as we approach 2022’s end of year slate. This message is to provide an update regarding legislative changes in the CPD environment. In addition to our work on reviewing & accrediting CPD content – we feel it is important to keep providers up-to-date on regulatory changes that may affect business operations relating to CPD. You can expect to see periodic updates like this moving forward as new information continues to roll out. state ..read more
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Josh Crossin and Sarah Lindsay – Relationship between architects and builders
Australian Institute of Architects
by ralphgc
1y ago
Our guests in this episode are architects Josh Crossin and Sarah Lindsay who are the directors of LXN Architects based in Hobart Tasmania. Josh and Sarah share their experiences of working closely with building companies, the importance of mutual respect when negotiating with builders, and the element of trust in a project team ..read more
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