Overcoming the challenges of merging online and offline learning spaces – Spowers

Since the pandemic, we’ve talked a lot about the changes happening in the workplace and the ‘new normal’ of hybrid employment relationships. But what about the university sector? Spowers director and leading education designer Scott Allardyce shares his insights on how to better integrate online and offline learning environments to help – not hinder – […]

UTS seeks designers for its Indigenous Residential College

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has launched a national competition to select a design team of architects and landscape architects for the creation of its 250-bed Indigenous Residential College.  Expressions of Interest are sought from design professionals to realise the vision of a unique First Nations college to be built at the UTS city […]

ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects launches new parental leave package

Australia’s largest architectural B Corp has unveiled its new parental leave policy with an exhibition celebrating its working families at play in order to support equity, inclusion and flexibility in its diverse team.  The industry best-practice parental leave package launched this week by ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects, after the Federal Government extended standard Paid Parental Leave (PPL) […]

Access all(zone)

Rachaporn Choochuey’s overriding principle for all(zone) is that it should never grow so large that she can’t remember all the names of her staff.

Studio Roam on stamping its own style in Perth

The carved and considered touch of Adam Kane