• Five minutes with Branch Studio

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    “I feel like our best ideas often come from a slightly whimsical yet critical analysis of a situation,” says Brad Wray of Branch Studio Architects, one of the practices in the running to take out Zenith’s Emerging Designer category at IDEA 2016.

  • Chamfer House

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    “Our interest in Kevin Borland’s architectural approach took expression in our work via a lens of interpretation and transformation,” says Melbourne-based practice Mihaly Slocombe, discussing their Chamfer House project – a ‘sensitive infiltration’ of a 1970s Kevin Borland design.

  • Emerging practice: Mihaly Slocombe

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    Warwick Mihaly and Erica Slocombe began their practice at the same time as starting a family in the wake of the GFC. Sandra Tan speaks to the partners in life and work for AR, and discovers their true passion for place and craft.

  • Melbourne School of Design graduates: Danielle Savio

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    “Nothing can replace work experience. It will make everything in your course more relevant.” Danielle Savio graduated from the Master of Architecture in 2010, and now works at Brookfield Multiplex while running a blog for women in the built environment. She offers her advice for those coming up in the field.

  • 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.

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