Congratulations to our Industry Professor James Hayter of Oxigen for several significant wins in the AILA SA 2018 Awards announced last week. They included an Infrastructure Award for the O-Bahn City Access Project and an Adventure and Nature Play garden at Loreto College.
School of Architecture and Built Environment graduate, Katarina Baumann, was recognised – with much cheering – for her leadership and strong commitment to the profession at the AILA SA awards on the evening of Friday 27 July. Congratulations Katarina!
Growing up on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Esther Chew often spent her spare time cycling through the streets to rickety playgrounds. From these beginnings exploring her local neighbourhoods, Chew developed the belief that architecture can help make lives better.
Industry Lecturers: Warwick Keates and Amanda Balmer of WAX Design win the Cultural Heritage Award of Excellence for Willunga Mainstreet Project
Having spent 25 years in the United States advising governments on how to transform manufacturing cities into high-tech, smart-cities, our new Head of School, Professor Alan Peters is uniquely qualified to speak about how Adelaide could reach its full potential.
The School’s strong relationships with South Australia’s Local and State Governments has been built on its research expertise in areas like zero energy/zero carbon building designs, water-sensitive urban design and the mitigation of impacts of climate change through landscape and building design
Today the School of Architecture and Built Environment welcomes Professor Alan Peters to the role of Head of School.
The plaque ceremony has been organised as part of the official activities of the State of Australian Cities National Conference 2017, to be held at the University of Adelaide this week (28-30 November), 100 years after that initial national conference. This week’s conference – bringing together leaders in urban planning, architecture, economics and demography from around Australia and overseas – will tackle issues of major importance to the future of Australian cities.