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From August 16-18, Australia’s leading design and art exhibition, DENFAIR, will launch its first Sydney Edition at the Hordern Pavillion.

The way we think about building is long overdue. A fundamental shift needs to take place in how we perceive the built environment.

Inner West Council Libraries will host the Inner West Built Environment Awards: Heritage and Sustainability.

This year’s Forum, ‘Shaping Society,’ extends the conversation beyond the focus on ‘liveability’ to explore design's contributes to social wellbeing and urban transformation.

RMIT's Master of Disaster, Design and Development will host The Architecture of Humanity, a talk by architects Yasmeen Lari and Eric Cesal.

Navigating Novation & Protecting Design will discuss the common contracts used by large architectural practices and convey how the role of architects varies considerably between these contracts.

Tony Owen Partners explores digital and parametric design in residential and urban architecture.

The founders of Design Lab, Mary Lou Maher and John Gero, will talk about the early days and ideas for creating Design Lab and why it was important.

The Melbourne School of Design will host a seminar exploring Robin Boyd's legacy through his architecture, correspondence and archive.

Architects Kim and Monique Baber of Baber Studio will speak about the influence of Gaston Bachelard's work, The Poetics of Space (1958), among others.

The Design Coach presents an investigation into hospitality designs of the future as discussed by Samantha Eades of Samantha Eades Design

The Design Coach presents a Brett Mickan investigation on how to confidently take your clients to the next level with beautiful concepts.

The Design Coach presents a two hour class investigating the considered design approach of AESOP as discussed by Rowan Lodge.

The National Sustainable Living Festival is the celebration of moving forward in sustainable, everyday practices - the largest of its kind in Australia.

Through their design studio they investigate topics such as masonry structures, space of political debate, renewable materials and virtual architecture.

The founding director of Breathe Architecture discusses revolutionary new housing model, Nightingale,and his visionary approach to residential development and ambitious for his newest project.

Named in 2012 by Debrett’s as one of ‘Britain’s 500 Most Influential’, Alison Brooks, the Principal and Creative Director of Alison Brooks Architects will be presenting the Dean's Lecture.

Australia’s leading destination for contemporary design and art for professional designers, architects, interior stylists and design-lovers.

Architectural Information Services Pty Ltd (AIS) and the Australian Woodworking Industry Suppliers Association (AWISA) present an evening with Leigh Carmichael of Mona at AWISA-design.

A symposium and book launch to mark the closing of the Tin Sheds Gallery Exhibition 'Finding Country | Radical Practice'.

Hosted by Andrew Jones, Co-Founder of both G2 Innovation UK and G2 Innovation Australia, if you have problems to solve, then Design Thinking is the process you need.

The event is a hub for education, dedicating space for presentations and latest industry developments.

Do you want to build your dream home, but still need to stick to a budget? Learn how to get the design you want whilst managing your budget.

Where is home? GrauCasais Architecture discuss how they create the right conditions for architectural experiences with a non-imposing attitude.

The University of Sydney’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning Alumni Association will host the panel discussion, Driverless Future.

‘Apparition Architecture’ is a project that involves the intersection of painting and architecture and interrogates shadow and light as ephemeral elements of design.

Grafton Regional Gallery will showcase Iconic Australian Houses: an exhibition by Karen McCartney and Captivating Fashions of Yesteryear. 

Join Lindsay Johnston for an exciting talk exploring the inspiration behind the work of architects such as Glenn Murcutt, Brit Andresen, Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury.

Architects and senior students from over 80 nations around the world have now traveled to Australia to participate in the two-week residential studio based program.

Thrive Research Hub will showcase the 2018 Masters students' design exhibition focused on regenerative development and placemaking.