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Take the ACA’s third ‘pulse check’

The Association of Consulting Architects Australia’s (ACA) third ‘pulse check’ continues to track the impact of COVID-19 on the architecture industry,  increasing knowledge of what is needed to ensure a robust future for architectural practices. The ACA’s second ‘pulse check’, conducted at the end of March, revealed that 89 per cent of respondents had had […]

The A&D community + coronavirus, May 22

In this week’s A+D + coronavirus update, we share news of “coronagrifting” designers and architects and sanitising bubbles and seaweed capsules. COVID-19 will further separate the talented from the “cookie cutter” says Jackie Johnston Creativity will “go through the roof” when the coronavirus pandemic passes, forcing designers to be even more “individual, unique and distinctive” […]

COVID-19 will further separate the talented from the “cookie cutter” says Jackie Johnston

Creativity will “go through the roof” when the coronavirus pandemic passes, forcing designers to be even more “individual, unique and distinctive” according to Rothelowman design consultant Jackie Johnston. “This experience will further serve to separate the cookie cutters from the good designers,” Johnston tells ADR. “It’s an opportunity for all of us to stop, focus […]

The design competition gets digital spritz

Malcolm Reading Consultants (MRC) uses the COVID-19 pandemic to rethink the design competition for the digital space.  Out of the Covidian gloom, the international design competition with a digital spritz is emerging. An innovation that meets commissioning clients’ desires to survey and interact with the world’s architectural talent while also enabling everyone to stay safe […]

Designers will be challenged to integrate to post-COVID-19 restrictions says Jessica Ball

The A&D community + coronavirus, May 08