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UQ Architecture lecture: James Legge

Hear from James Legge one of the founding directors of Six Degrees Architects who will speak at the third lecture of

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Heinrich Wolff: The morphology of forms

Understanding architecture’s role in alleviating inequality in society preoccupies Heinrich Wolff. For the award-winning architect and urban designer these inequalities

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2017 Australian Urban Design Awards announced

The ambitious transformation of a disused industrial precinct, a dynamic regional museum and a statewide urban design policy have been

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Review: 2017 UQ Architecture lecture with Alexis + Murat Sanal

“Political boundaries are a little bit overrated,” said Alexis Sanal in her opening Statement. Alexis, who is one half of

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From Bauhaus to our house

“The modern building must be true to itself, logically transparent and virginal of lies or trivialities.” – Walter Gropius on

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Nightingale: The miracle cure to our city’s woes

  There are 29 cities around the world with ‘severely unaffordable’ housing, and five of these cities are in Australia. I’ve already

Gap Filler Christchurch: Linking urban tactics to strategy

  [Please note, if this workshop fills up we will be looking at running another workshop in the afternoon.] Participants

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A wrinkle in time

Megan Cotterell explores, through the pedestrians’ lens, a climate and cultural challenge for development in the Brisbane suburbs of Hamilton/Northshore.

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Reactionary Planning vs Designed Resilience

Reactionary planning exacerbates the personal and financial burden already faced by disaster-affected home-owners, while designed resilience assists in mitigating these