News + Events 18th September 2013

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  • Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship in Architecture


  • The Barbara Hardy Institute and Zero Waste SA Research Centre for Sustainable Design and Behaviour invite you to the Distinguished Lecture:
Sustainable cities: From possible futures to preferred futures, presented by Professor Stuart White.


  • Take your Place 2013 invites you to make a 3-minute video about a great place that is important to you, so that we can make places better for the future.



  • Architects INPROFILE: Adrian Evans, Alex Hall & Damien Chwalisz

WHEN: Wednesday 25 September 2013

TIME: 5:00PM for 5:30PM start until 7:30PM

WHERE: Hub Adelaide, 5 Peel Street, Adelaide

Download the Architects INPROFILE flyer for full event details and registration



  • 2013 Gold Medalist Peter Wilson Talk

WHEN: Tuesday 8 October 2013

TIME: 5:15PM for 5:30PM start until 7:30PM

WHERE: Hub Adelaide, 5 Peel Street, Adelaide  – you will need to register $20 for non AIA members

Download the Gold Medal Talk flyer for full event details and registration



  • The final six shortlisted design teams that will progress to Stage 2 of the Royal Adelaide

Hospital (RAH) Site International Design Competition have been announced.

Finalists from Australia, Europe and South America

will be unveiled today, along with the

further 120 entries that have not progressed to the

next stage of the competition.

From an innovative array of

entrants, the independent Jury unanimously shortlisted

submissions from the following design teams:

Slash (Victoria)

Nice Architects (Slovakia)

Zuzana & Nicholas (Queensland)

Ysalazam (Colombia)

Oculus (New South Wales)

Bondhag & De Rosa (Germany)


  • Sixty projects from around Australia and overseas have been shortlisted for the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2013 National Architecture Awards, the largest awards program of its kind in the world.


  • The Adelaide City Council says there’s been overwhelming public support for Leigh Street to be permanently closed to motorists.  Vehicles have been prohibited from the city street since July last year as part of a trial to revitalise the area.  Councillor Michael Henningsen says that about 400 people have responded to public consultation with about 95% in favour of permanent closure.


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