• On infrastructure and risk: Larisa Moran

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    “There’s something fascinating about being part of something that’s physically built. And you can touch and feel when the end product is complete. There’s a buzz that you can get out of that that you can’t get in many other industries.” Larisa Moran is chief operating officer at Woods Bagot, and discusses her role with AR.

  • Georgina Wilson: agile practice


    “Each project has the capacity to take us somewhere quite different,” says Georgina Wilson, of GW Architect. The small Sydney-based practice is shortlisted in Zenith‘s Emerging Designer category at this year’s IDEA.

  • Melbourne School of Design graduates: Elliot Summers


    “Ignore the grades. Focus on the work instead. Read broadly and proficiently. Take ownership.” Elliot Summers graduated from the Master of Landscape Architecture in 2012, and then co-founded Polygon Landscape Architecture. He offers his advice for those coming up in the field.

  • Cox releases designs for Rod Laver Arena redevelopment

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    The project will involve a reskinned façade, a new eastern annex, new food and beverage outlets, upgraded bathroom facilities, increased disability access, and back-of-house improvements which will allow bigger and better shows to come to the arena.

  • Mirvac sets the scene for a smart building future


    The building housing Mirvac and Ernst & Young’s (EY) new Sydney headquarters was constructed to embrace industry-leading design, technology and sustainability features. So what does it take to be part of the new breed of smart buildings in Australia?

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