A regular pilgrimage for many architects in the Northern summer is to the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington gardens to see the summer pavilion. This year’s
Whilst we are waiting for the outcome of our federal election it is worth noting that The Abbott-Turnbull government has increased funding to a new
The architecture awards in my city is normally a time for celebration. As it should be. Many architects in my town live for it. This
In between moving house and writing the conference paper I was able to attend attend a few end of semester pinups at my architecture school.
Last week I presented a paper at a great conference at Swinburne University in Melbourne. Future Housing Global Issues and Regional Problems Conference. Its was
This is a blog for that curious class of humans known as the graduate of architecture or almost graduate. The architectural graduate is often not