Russell & Yelland celebrates 80 years with brand redesign

One of South Australia’s longest-serving architecture practices, Russell & Yelland, has launched its new branding, marking more than 80 years designing for South Australian communities.  Directors John Held, Alistair McHenry and Stewart Caldwell are the current practice leaders, recognised within the industry for their commitment to education, health, aged care facility and social housing design. […]

What do COVID-19 Stage 4 restrictions mean for Melbourne architects?

On Monday 3 August, the Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews announced that COVID-19 Stage 4 restrictions will be applied to the Melbourne area. The Association of Consulting Architects Australia (ACA) have released an explanation of how these upgraded restrictions will impact architecture firms based in Victoria. From 11.59pm Wednesday 5 August, it is not permitted […]

AD9 designs tourist stopover in Dalat, Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh-based architecture studio AD9 have added to their impressive portfolio of light-filled beacons in Vietnam with the Komorebi tourist homestay in the city of Dalat.  The Komorebi homestay was a renovation of an old house located on a hill overlooking a chaotic thoroughfare in the center of Dalat city. The project ambition was […]

Tradies urged to ditch the ‘she’ll be right’ attitude to their health

To mark the start of Tradies National Health Month on Saturday 1 August, the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) wants tradies to ditch the old-school ‘she’ll be right’ attitude to their health so they can continue to support Australia’s economic recovery.   Trade work across the construction and home building sectors has been relatively unscathed by […]

Five Australian houses architects have built for themselves

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