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Why Social Media is Important for Architects

Why Social Media is Important for Architects

Why Social Media is Important for Architects The Influence of Social Media on ArchitectureAs an Architect, the communication channels used with clients vary. In the past these primarily consisted of personal face to face meetings, email and phone contact. Today social...
The Demise of Manual Drafting

The Demise of Manual Drafting

The demise of manual drafting Moving office recently I came across many of my manual drafting implements that were essential tools in my early architectural career. Sadly, most of these are now largely redundant as computers have usurped their role. Unlike today’s CAD...
Designing for Dementia

Designing for Dementia

ARCHITECTS DESIGNING FOR DEMENTIA It is reported that more than 400,000 people are currently diagnosed with dementia in Australia at a cost of nearly $15 billion to the economy. More than half of the residents in aged care facilities are suffering from the condition...
Gold Coast Architecture – 20th Century to Today

Gold Coast Architecture – 20th Century to Today

The Evolution of Gold Coast Residential Architecture from the 20th Century until today Having just paused to remember those fallen in wars across the globe, our Principal Architect, John Lea, has taken a trip down memory lane to put the spotlight on the evolution of...
Concierge Architecture – Pre Design Services – Case Study

Concierge Architecture – Pre Design Services – Case Study

Concierge Architecture - The developer's perfect design partner. Service: Pre-Design Concierge Architecture Project: The Noosa Sanctuary (Noosa RACV Resort), Noosa Heads Arguably the most common challenge faced by developers is achieving the best design for the...
DIY Designer Christmas Tree

DIY Designer Christmas Tree

After many years of faithful Christmas service, our inflatable tree sprung a terminal leak. The poor tree, obviously coming from artic climes wasn’t used to full exposure to the sun, especially being positioned prominently on show against the glass in our new house....

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