David Kaunitz co-founded Kaunitz Yeung Architecture with his wife Ka Wai Yeung following his return to Sydney after living seven years in the UK, which included five as a director of a large practice running its London studio where he worked on some of the largest projects in Europe, including The London Olympic Village for clients such as HSBC and Lend Lease.
Simone Oliver outlines the defining design influences in workplace design of our time and the role the architecture profession plays within that.
In Episode 26 of Talking Architecture & Design, we talk innovation, design, disruption and of course what’s the latest cool gadget from the super-innovative engineers at Dyson.
Previously a partner of Geyer – a leading independent interior design practice – Robyn Lindsey has worked with some of Australia’s leading organisations, including Westpac Group at International Towers to develop human-centred experiences and environments.
Examining ageing strategies and ageing in place and how these affect our built environment and investment strategies with special guest Greg Frid of Project Friday.
We delve into the wonderful world of landscape architecture and talk about the evolution of landscape architecture and why it matters to the overall design balance of sustainable spaces with Brett Robinson from Acre.
Two highly-regarded architects – Reade Dixon and Vicki Karavasil from architecture firm Elenberg Fraser delve into the amazing world of biophilic design.
As an architect Jo Gillies has been a mainstay on Sydney’s Northern Beaches for over 20 years, but in 2013 the business further expanded in vision, director and staff, to be re-born as Archisoul Architects in Manly.
Lisa Sorrentino talks about the differences between affordable and social housing and delves into the challenges of her role and the place of affordable housing has in the rental housing mix.
Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter president Kathlyn Loseby joins former NSW government architect Peter Poulet to speak with Talking Architecture & Design about design, heritage, technology and the gender imbalance in the built environment.