Lessons from the past
A way forward
How to get over Canberra’s growing pains
November 22, 2017
Architects welcome Canberra housing choice discuss...
November 15, 2017
Smaller blocks, larger price tags: why Aussies are...
November 7, 2017
ACT Government architect
Not wanting Canberra to grow is like wanting to freeze frame your child at 12 years old, says ACT Government Architect Catherine Townsend.
Appointed to the role in August 2016 to provide independent design advice to the ACT Government on architecture, urban design and p...
Rob Henry, ACT Chapter President
We were delighted to welcome the release last Monday of a Housing Choices discussion paper by the Minister for Planning and Land Management, Mick Gentleman.
The Institute is encouraged by the Government’s focus on addressing critical issues within the current planning s...
Manisha Lee, writer at Ironfish
When you picture the traditional Aussie home, it’s hard to go past the image of a quarter-acre block, complete with Hills Hoist, barbecue and 2.5 kids running around a big backyard.
However, this image is already a distant memory for many Australians, as we see a growin...
November 2, 2017
Canberra’s architectural excellence attracted national accolades tonight with four local projects receiving honours in this year’s Australian Institute of Architects’ National Architecture Awards.
The strong showing by practices in the Territory was celebrated at a nati...