Graduates from RMIT’s Associate Degree in Interior Decoration and Design last week showcased their curated works at the FLUX 2018 Winter Edition exhibition. ADR takes a look at the work of the new generation of designers. The projects ranged from residential to commercial, and graduates have taken their theoretical and technical knowledge of materials and […]
"The reality of the architectural workforce is that by the time you get to be a creative, it could be ten or fifteen years later," says AJCD director Ara Casella, who speaks to Simon Paul about overcoming the challenges facing architecture graduates.
Are design tools and technologies at the behest of the graduate or are they its downfall? Will architecture practices further succumb to the need for speed? Annabel Koeck responds to Joanne Taylor's article on 'Design Tools and the Urgency of Architecture'.