AEB has been included as a feature project on Wallpaper* as a part of the Architecture News: Letter From Australia. The article highlights the new wave of architecture sweeping Australian cities, showcasing projects from around the country.
Richard Kirk has featured in Malaysian newspaper New Straits Times, highlighting opportunities to leverage timber use in sustainable building design.
The article entitled ‘Timber – The Greener Alternative’ focuses on encouraging greater uptake of the material by local industry. The article follows on from the Timber Talk lecture series held by the Malaysian Timber Council which features Richard Kirk.
Click here for the full article Timber – The Greener Alternative
The Advanced Engineering Building at UQ will host Revealing Architecture: The Clients’ Exposé as part of World Architecture Day on Monday 7 October.
The evening event will feature a panel discussion and audience Q&A expressly considering the client’s perspective on the role of architecture in a changing world. Panellists to the discussion include Dr Catherin Bull, Renaye Peters, Professor Graham Schaffer, Steven Wilson, with Janne Ryan as Master of Ceremonies.
RKA’s proposal for the Alice Street Pedestrian Bridge will feature tonight on Nine News as a part of the launch for Brisbane City Council’s new City Centre Master Plan (CCMP).
The pedestrian bridge is one of six priority projects to be selected to kick-start the transformation of Brisbane’s city centre. These projects will commence during the next five years to revitalise city streets and riverfront precincts, and better connect inner-city neighbourhoods by providing a green ‘gateway’ into the CBD.
Student and academic life has started at the University of Queensland’s Advanced Engineering Building with the commencement of Semester 2, 2013.
The early stages of the building’s occupation has been captured in new photography, with spaces now populated by students, researchers and academic staff. All evidence suggests the AEB has reached the University’s vision of creating a building to celebrate, collaborate, create, learn, innovate & sustain within an integrated engineering landscape.