In profile: Architects EAT

Albert Mo and Eid Goh, of Melbourne-based practice architects eat, have been running their own show for most of their careers. But without any business specific training, the early years saw plenty of trial and error. One of their smartest moves, they say, was hiring a business coach. With a wall full of prize certificates […]

In profile: Studio Ongarato

As Studio Ongarato celebrates 25 years, ADR catches up with founders Fabio Ongarato and Ronnen Goren to talk about the practice’s design journey.  What were the origins of Studio Ongarato? How did the studio begin? We both studied at RMIT University. Fabio Ongarato studied visual communication, where the emphasis was more on art direction rather than graphic […]

HASSELL Travelling Scholarship awarded to QUT graduate Jared Thorp

HASSELL has announced Jared Thorp, graduate of the Queensland University of Technology’s Bachelor of Design (Landscape Architecture), as the winner of the 2019 HASSELL Travelling Scholarship – Robin Edmond Award. Thorp was selected following interviews with 19 students, nominated by seven participating universities around Australia. His presented project, titled ‘ZOOSubverted’, challenges the traditional design of zoological […]

Japanese architect Arata Isozak wins 2019 Pritzker Prize

Japanese architect Arata Isozaki has received this year’s Pritzker Prize, widely considered to be the profession’s highest honour. The 2019 jury says: “Possessing a profound knowledge of architectural history and theory, and embracing the avant-garde, he never merely replicated the status quo, but his search for meaningful architecture was reflected in his buildings that to […]

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