The Local Project


SUPPORTING & Showcasing The Local Design Community

The AUTHENTIC DESIGN ALLIANCE® presents HOME.GROWN. a 3 day exhibition of locally created furniture, lighting and home furnishings curated by ADA in Sydney.

Visit the Catapult Design showroom in Ultimo, Sydney for an exclusive sale of Australia's finest examples of furniture, lighting and local design items.

The Melbourne School of Design transforms into a multi-floor gallery showcasing hundreds of pieces of studio work by our talented students.

Hosted by LARKI, the 3D specialists in architecture and planning, this event will provide practical insight into the real challenges faced by those in the field of design and building.

Focused on architectural visualisation of the unbuilt world, Unbuilt is a two-day symposium that will analyse how to best convey the progression of the built world through visualisation techniques.

Celebrating all excellence, challenges and progress that the year of 2018 showcased, AIA's WA Chapter end of year party will also celebrate the launch of the newest issue of Architecture Australia.

By listening to and understanding the work of Indigenous architects, the event will touch on the rich history and stories of Ingidenous Australian's.

This final series event is part of MPavilion's second annual BLAKitecture syposium, a series that focuses on the work and structural environments designed and created by Indigenous designers.

Welcoming VICE, Max Mara, Google, Facebook, WIRED, Deus Ex Machina, this live symposium wil gather today's strongest leaders to share all things digital experience, design and the future of business.

Fascinated by the postmodernist architectural influence on the breadth of today's most celebrated work, this series will discuss brutalism, deconstructivism and formatic expression.

Hosted by the Twentieth Century Heritage Society of NSW & ACT, architect Bruce Robertson's son, Scott Robertson, will present the work of Robertson & Hindmarsh Architects from 1953 to 1977.

Co-hosted by Cave Urban and Permaculture Northern Beaches this event will focus on the many uses of bamboo in creating frameworks and industrial goods.

Presented by Jennie Officer of Officer Woods Architects and the UWA School of Design, the evening event will focus on regions and the role they play in development and urbanisation.

In partnering with the Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter, the Randwick City Council invites Andrew Nimmo, NSW Chapter President, to curate the discussion on renovating heritage buildings.

This series will provide insight into how the field of architecture changed the world, how different structures and materiality came to be and how each period redefined the future of architecture.

The collective awareness of accessibility is getting better, but what does designing for inclusive spaces and places really mean?

With over 8 years of exposure, Philip Stejskal Architecture understand the benefits of a good brief.

Curated by Emily McDaniel, this public lecture 'What is Void?' will discuss the concept and associations of void as a spatial notion by contemporary Aboriginal artists from around the country.

The University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning will host John Macarthur to give a public lecture on a fictional city analysed within the architectural discourse of today.

The symposium will foster insight on how best to advance architectural culture through agency, platform and educational institutions. It will serve as a foundation for the next 100 years.

This event will initiate a research project on sustainability within residential housing.

The Victorian approach to design will be celebrated with more than 20 speakers from Melbourne across a wide variety of creative disciplines.

The Melbourne Pavilion within the 2018 DesignInspire exhibition will showcase Victoria's design strengths and draw people together for meetings, events and networking.

The largest-ever international presentation of Victorian design will be showcased at Asia’s premier design event, Hong Kong Business of Design Week (BODW) in December 2018.

This panel event will introduce guest speakers who will present the latest developments in design technology.

The Design Festival features works across Industrial Design, Fashion, Interactive and Visual Design, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture and Visual Arts.

Kathy will lead a workshop in the afternoon that parallels her exhibition, Wild City. It is here that the audience will create a collaborative sculpture expressing thoughts and ideas about habitats.

An in-depth discussion challenging the notion of what it means to live closer together.

Gabriel Hendifar, Creative Director of APARATUS, will discuss his experience as an American born after the Islamic Revolution. He will look at the tangible idea of connection to a physical place.

Can we strengthen communities and foster social interaction through designs that embrace shared facilities as well as providing quality private space?

Join the University of Sydney’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning Alumni Association for the panel discussion to hear from experts at the front line of housing development discuss critical i

Gemma Savio, Ela Glogowska and Qianyi Lim make an original proposition for a new intervention in the Inner West, offering fresh thinking and identifying compelling opportunities for the future.

Industry leaders will discuss the emergence of the 18th-century pavilion, the $340 million Sydney Modern extension to the AGNSW and the temporary pavilion as a modern phenomenon.

Hosted by PTW Architects and Inhabit Group, Thomas Z. Scarangello and Ray Daddazio will present the latest findings from international engineering leader Thornton Tomasetti.

Architecture on Show (AOS) welcomes JPE Design Studio who will provide insight into the creation of the City of Prospect's new Community Hub, Library and Innovation Centre (CLIC).

An opportunity for practitioners in the architecture, built environment and heritage field to discuss the contribution of heritage as a core in the understanding of sustainable architecture.

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