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We're the digital team at the NSW Architects Registration Board. We're a little bit old school. We like long form, and we like voice.

Episódios

  • Karen Stein asks What IS architecture?

    Karen Stein asks 'What IS architecture?'

    09/01/2019 Duração: 50min

    So, what IS architecture? Karen Stein's World Architecture Day Oration will challenge your assumptions and perceptions of what architecture is and what it can be. Highlight of the 2018 Sydney Architecture Festival.

  • Poisoned Chalice - Sydney Architecture Festival 2018

    Poisoned Chalice - Sydney Architecture Festival 2018

    19/12/2018 Duração: 56min

    From Poisoned Chalice to Social Icon: The story of the Sydney Opera House - speakers are Dr Anne Watson and Dr Cristina Garduño Freeman at the 2018 Sydney Architecture Festival.

  • Why Architects Matter - Sydney Architecture Festival 18 Ep 2

    Why Architects Matter - Sydney Architecture Festival '18 Ep 2

    18/12/2018 Duração: 57min

    Professor Flora Samuel discussing the subject of her latest book: Why Architect's Matter. Part of the 2018 Sydney Architecture Festival highlights episodes.

  • Sydney Architecture Festival Highlights - Ethics in an age of excess

    Sydney Architecture Festival Highlights - Ethics in an age of excess

    12/12/2018 Duração: 01h54s

    Fenella Kernebone leads a conversation about ethics in architecture with Professor Flora Samuel, Shaun Carter, Laura Harding and Dr Simon Longstaff AO - highlights from Sydney Architecture Festival 2018.

  • Growing up - the future of schools with Adam Swinburn

    Growing up - the future of schools with Adam Swinburn

    15/07/2018 Duração: 31min

    After identifying a gap in research and available information about vertical schools, Adam Swinburn took his Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship around the world to gather case studies of this new approach to designing schools for the inner city. And his conclusion? Things are looking up. https://www.architects.nsw.gov.au/download/Vertical%20School%20Design_AdamSwinburn.pdf

  • Nicole Larkins Wild Edge

    Nicole Larkin's Wild Edge

    10/07/2018 Duração: 32min

    An unexpected combination of drones and point clouds and ocean pools all come together in Nicole Larkin's Byera Hadley travelling scholarship project - The Wild Edge. https://www.nicolelarkin.com https://www.architects.nsw.gov.au/public-resources/byera-hadley-travelling-scholarships1

  • Bobbie Bayley and Owen Kelly and The Grand Section

    Bobbie Bayley and Owen Kelly and The Grand Section

    04/07/2018 Duração: 38min

    Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarships aren't just for overseas travel - The Grand Section took Bobbie and Owen cycling a remarkable 7,500km across Australia for a year and has produced a touring exhibition in a tent, which is currently making its way around the country! https://www.thegrandsection.com

  • Meet Eric Ye, the Architects Medallion Winner for 2018

    Meet Eric Ye, the Architects Medallion Winner for 2018

    02/04/2018 Duração: 13min

    Moments after being awarded the Architects Medallion at a ceremony held at the NSW Architects Registration Board, we sat down Eric Ye to talk about his ideas, aspirations and practice. The Architects Medallion has been awarded by the Board since 1924 to a graduate from a NSW school of architecture who has achieved distinction in their studies. Eric Ye is a graduate from the University of Technology Sydney, and he was awarded not just for his outcomes in design studio, but also for his leadership in the co-creation of the Post- publication, and his inclusive work as a tutor of architecture. On top of that, Eric has received numerous awards, and has featured at the Oslo Triennale. He currently works at Andrew Burges Architects and is a casual academic at UTS.

  • The Agency Supercut

    The Agency Supercut

    23/03/2018 Duração: 32min

    Australian and New Zealand students of architecture have been organising their own conferences since the 1960s, and have landed in every major centre across the region since then. This year, Agency was the title of the 2017 Australasian Student Architecture Congress, and the NSW Architects Registration Board was proud to support the first congress to visit Sydney since 1999. This is our second feature on Agency, and in this episode we present to you a supercut of Agency 2017 – a glimpse into the three days of wide-ranging, challenging and fascinating talks, workshops and exhibitions. You can find out more about the Australasian Student Architecture Congress as www.agency2017.net

  • What is Agency?

    What is Agency?

    22/03/2018 Duração: 19min

    Australian and New Zealand students of architecture have been organising their own conferences since the 1960s, and have landed in every major centre across the region since then. This year, Agency was the title of the 2017 Australasian Student Architecture Congress, and the NSW Architects Registration Board was proud to support the first congress to visit Sydney since 1999. It was a real privilege to attend Agency 2017, and in this episode we meet some of the students that brought Agency to life. We reveal where the idea of Congress originated, and explore how Agency came about – and why Sydney this year?

  • Can we rebuild without knocking down?

    Can we rebuild without knocking down?

    21/03/2018 Duração: 34min

    What happens when privately-owned apartment buildings need upgrade? Multiple owners - all with their own ideas - can mean it's easier to sell and move, rather than refurbish. But two Sydney researchers want to change that - and give architects and homeowners the tools they need to co-design a new life for old apartment buildings. We sat down with UNSW's Dr Hazel Easthope and University of Sydney's Dr Sandra Loschke to unpack their vision for a more participatory and sustainable approach to apartment redevelopment - research which is being supported by the NSW ARB. For more info or to be involved in the research - https://research.unsw.edu.au/people/associate-professor-hazel-easthope http://sydney.edu.au/architecture/about/people/profiles/sandra.loschke.php?apcode=ACADPROFILE300808

  • An interview with Professor Kristien Ring

    An interview with Professor Kristien Ring

    25/02/2018 Duração: 36min

    Professor Kristien Ring delivered the 2017 World Architecture Day oration at the 11th annual Sydney Architecture Festival. But while we had her with us, we took the chance to find out more about how 'baugruppe' (or building groups) might work in Australia as a new form of urban community living. Thanks to our friends at the Old Clare Hotel, we took over the great old board room for our interview.

  • Pathways To Register as an architect

    Pathways To Register as an architect

    04/02/2018 Duração: 25min

    The NSW Architects Registration Board is tasked by the Architects Act to do 4 things; protect the consumer, inform the public, promote architecture, and register architects. So how do you register an architect? If you’ve ever asked that question, this podcast is for you. In some countries around the world, graduating from a 5 year degree in architecture is enough to make you an architect. But in Australia, a graduate must have a period of practical experience following university, and must have successfully completed an examination prior to applying for registration. That’s because Australia defines the regulation of professional services as a consumer protection measure. There are now more pathways to register as an architect. This podcast outlines those pathways, and gives you an insiders view on what examiners look for in candidates. Hear from Melonie Bayl-Smith, the founder and director of Bijl Architecture, and the Convenor of pathways for the NSW Architects Registration Board - of which she is a

  • Annette Mauer talks about STE(A)M

    Annette Mauer talks about STE(A)M

    24/01/2018 Duração: 28min

    We love building a better understanding of architecture and design in the community by connecting the public, students, architects and others with information about architecture, design and the world around us. One way we do this is to prepare teaching aids and resources for schools. STEAMpop Co-Director and educator, Annette Mauer is a long-time collaborator and friend of the Board and has been instrumental in helping to develop the ARB's suite of teaching tools, are designed to help students use creative thinking for more effective learning. https://www.architects.nsw.gov.au/public-resources/education http://steampop.zone

  • Learning Thresholds: the Architecture Program Accreditation Procedure

    Learning Thresholds: the Architecture Program Accreditation Procedure

    20/12/2017 Duração: 31min

    We present the second Salon on Standards hosted by the UTS School of Architecture in association with the NSW Architects Registration Board. This series invites experts in the field to discuss the standards and regulations that shape the profession of architecture in Australia. Documents like the Accreditation Procedure and Competency Standard are fundamental to architects and architecture. They provide the roadmap for how we accredit university programs, examine architects on their way to registration, right through their continuing professional development. In this episode we go back to school to discuss the professional Accreditation of architectural education, which is guided in Australia and New Zealand by the Architecture Program Accreditation Procedures. So what standards do they measure? Who’s sets it? And does that standard even matter? In this episode we are joined by Professor Sue Savage from the Queensland University of Technology, Kathlyn Loseby COO of Crone Architects, and Professor Gerard Re

  • Imogene Tudor - an architect in the classroom

    Imogene Tudor - an architect in the classroom

    19/12/2017 Duração: 40min

    Imogene Tudor talks about her experience working with primary school kids as part of the Board's 'Transforming the Local' program. Tim Horton discusses the reasons behind this and other education tools. https://www.architects.nsw.gov.au/public-resources/education

  • Sydney Architecture Festival conversation - digital placemaking and platform urbanism

    Sydney Architecture Festival conversation - digital placemaking and platform urbanism

    29/11/2017 Duração: 57min

    Bringing festival and podcasting together, we included some festival programming especially for the podcast - listen to a conversation between Indy Johar, Hank Haeusler and Dr Sarah Barnes on digital placemaking and platform urbanism. https://about.me/indy.johar https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/ics/people/researchers/dr_sarah_barns https://research.unsw.edu.au/people/associate-professor-matthias-hank-haeusler

  • Setting the standard: the National Standard of Competency for Architects

    Setting the standard: the National Standard of Competency for Architects

    16/11/2017 Duração: 42min

    We present the first Salon on Standards hosted by the UTS School of Architecture in association with the NSW Architects Registration Board. This series invites experts in the field to discuss the standards and regulations that shape the profession of architecture in Australia. Documents like the National Standard of Competency for Architects and the Accreditation Procedure are fundamental to architects and architecture. They provide the roadmap for how we accredit university programs, examine architects on their way to registration, right through their continuing professional development. So where exactly did they come from? And how have they changed over the years to keep up with the profession? And do they actually work? In this episode we’re joined by architect and Professor Kirsten Orr from the University of Melbourne, Dr Peter Raisbeck from the University of Melbourne, and Sydney architect Melonie Bayl-Smith, from Bijl Architecture. You can find our Primer for this event here: https://www.architects

  • Professor Kristien Ring - World Architecture Day Global Oration

    Professor Kristien Ring - World Architecture Day Global Oration

    09/11/2017 Duração: 46min

    Professor Kristien Ring - World Architecture Day Global Oration by NSW Architects Registration Board

  • Putting the Architects Regulations 2017 in context

    Putting the Architects Regulations 2017 in context

    06/11/2017 Duração: 37min

    On 1 September 2017, a new Architects Regulation went live after first inviting submissions from industry and other stakeholders earlier in the year. The new Regulations contain changes to how courses of architecture are accredited in NSW, how Board members are elected, and in the information that must be included in a written agreement prepared by an architect for their client.

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