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Join us today for your online member Lean In session: Stress management 101 with Susie Hopkins of @lilowellness. ACT, NSW, Qld, Tas and Vic: 12pm SA and NT: 11:30am WA: 10am The streets are emptier, but it doesn't mean we have less on our plate. What's more, being in isolation and largely confined to our living spaces can also create added stress in our daily life. While it may seem like there's nothing you can do about the pandemic, there are steps you can take to relieve the pressure and maintain your wellbeing. Register early 🔗 in bio.
Join us today for your online member Lean In session: Global Architectural Trends with @kingspan_insulation_au's Stuart Braine, National Specification Manager, and Craig Burr, Sales Director Australia/NZ. Register early on the website 🔗 in bio. ACT, NSW, Queensland, Tasmania and Victoria: 12pm SA and NT: 11:30am WA: 10am Discover how major architectural supply firms are working and the key customer and supply trends that are being seen as we journey through this unprecedented time. From their engagement across the profession globally at Kingspan, Stuart and Craig will explore the impacts of COVID-19 on the Australian and global architecture community and what it means for the future of the architectural profession. Register now on the website 🔗 in bio. #inthistogether #leanin #community #webinar #australianarchitects #architecture #architects #AustralianInstituteofArchitects #architect #architecture_magazine #harc
We know that the next few months may be a difficult period for the architectural profession, and so we’ve come up with a variety of ways we can support you during the coronavirus pandemic. One way is through direct membership fee relief for our members. If your business, workload or employment opportunities have been impacted as a result of COVID-19, we will provide 50% off our membership fees for the next six months. We hope this allows those of you who are under pressure to continue to benefit from our resources and join online peer events. If you are able to pay your fees in full, we would very much appreciate that support as we invest in resources and initiatives to help see our members through this time. To find out more and notify us that you would like to take the 50% discount for the April - June quarter visit our website 🔗 in bio.
Reposted from @aca.org.au PLEASE TAKE THE ACA PULSE CHECK NO. 2 SURVEY! A lot has changed over the last two weeks. Tracking the impacts of COVID-19 over time is essential to developing the most effective support. The second Pulse Check Survey will help build a clear understanding of the experiences of Australian architectural practices so far, and identify the assistance needed. Please contribute. Over 1,300 practices of all sizes responded to the ACA Pulse Check No. 1. We hope that as many – or more – will take this survey. The results will inform the Association of Consulting Architects’ ongoing advocacy and the information and advice we provide to members and the wider profession. The survey report will be made available to all, so that other groups and organisations can also draw on this knowledge as they develop their own response. Visit @aca.org.au to complete the survey by COB today
Member Lean In session today 12pm AEDT Today's session: Commercial contracts and operations during a pandemic Join your colleagues to discuss the impact the current pandemic can have on commercial contracts and operations. This will include a consideration of: - Force Majeure and Frustration - Other rights under contracts – suspension / variation / termination - Cost-cutting and the workforce. The discussion will be facilitated by Scott Alden, lead construction, projects and procurement partner and Victoria Gordon, Associate at law firm Holding Redlich. Register for the webinar on the website 🔗 in bio.
Proposed revised Constitution webinar information sessions for members TODAY 12.30pm AEDT. Our members are invited to join us to learn about the proposed changes to The Royal Australian Institute of Architects Constitution, ask questions and participate in the discussion. Be sure to read the information on the website prior to attending, including the frequently asked questions. Read more and register for the webinars on the website - 🔗 in bio
Vale Gabriel Poole Queensland has lost one of its most renowned and cherished architects, Gabriel Poole. Poole’s work was highly awarded - most notably, he received both the Robin Boyd Award for Residential Architecture (the highest national accolade for new residential design) and the 1998 Royal Australian Institute of Architecture Gold Medal for his lifetime contribution to Australian architecture. Read more 🔗 in bio. Photo: Harry Frith
Our new Lean In sessions initiative starts TODAY at 12pm ADST. We’re giving our members and staff across the country the opportunity to virtually connect via ZOOM. Today, Tony Giannone, President of the South Australian Chapter, will run through the practical issues around the COVID-19 pandemic for architecture firms. The theme of these sessions will vary, with the idea to share experiences, learn from our peers and pick up some tips on working from home and staying healthy and motivated during the coronavirus outbreak. Join us at 12pm ACT, NSW, Tasmania and Victoria Join us at 11.30am SA Join us at 11am Queensland Join us at 10.30am NT Join us at 9am WA 🔗 in bio
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, we want to reassure you that the Institute has the depth, the professionalism and the commitment to respond effectively to the situation and its ensuing impacts on the architectural profession. We remain here for you, our members, and will continue working hard to support you. While our physical offices are now closed for the foreseeable future, our entire Institute team is fully operational working remotely, and we remain focused on our commitment to our members Our member service representatives are still here to help with any inquiries and may be reached by the usual numbers. We’re also working to ensure members have the latest information about support for businesses, and we have a dedicated web page which we are updating frequently https://www.architecture.com.au/about/national-covid-19-response/ Thank you for your ongoing support. While the months ahead may be challenging, we will get through this together. #hereforyou #AustralianInstituteofArchitects #australianarchitects #architecture #architects #architect
Unfortunately, all of our in-person events from now until 29 May 2020 will be postponed or cancelled. Some chapter events will be run virtually where possible. The health, safety and wellbeing of our members, staff and partners is our highest priority, and we'll be keeping up to date with government advice on this global health emergency. We look forward to catching up with you all when it is safe to do so. We’ll update you in the coming days when we have further information on specific events, and please let us know if you have any questions. For all the latest information for members, be sure to check our website architecture.com.au 🔗 in bio
We want to recognise exceptional emerging architects working in the field. Do you have a colleague, employee, protégé or fellow alumni who you would like to nominate? The Emerging Architect Prize recognises an emerging architect or emerging architectural collaboration’s contribution to architectural practice, education, design excellence and community involvement, which advances the profession’s role within the public arena. Nominations for the 2020 Emerging Architect Prize are closing soon. To find out when your chapter's nominations close, check the website 🔗 in bio. Members can self nominate or be nominated by a member for this prize. Chapter winners receive a $1,000 cash prize, an invitation to the National Architecture Conference and National Architecture Awards (with flights and accomm) and progress to judging for the national prize. The Emerging Architect Prize is proudly supported by Architectural Window Systems (AWS) @awsaustralia Nominate a colleague, or yourself, today! #EmergingArchitectPrize #EAP #emergingarchitects #AWS #australianarchitects #architecture #architects #AustralianInstituteofArchitects #architect @emagnact @emagn_newcastle @emagn_nsw @emagn_qld @emagn_sa @emagn_tas @emagn_nt @emagnvic @emagn_wa @architectureau @becnetwork
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