Monthly Archives: May 2016 Back

UQ crit week

It’s Crit Week in the APDL Design Lounge this week! You’ll see a lot of creative activity when students from the University of Queensland’s School of Architecture descend upon the Design Lounge to present their projects for end-of-semester critique. This year’s guest critic is Tim Greer of Sydney-based architects Tonkin Zulaikha Greer. For more information about what’s happening throughout the … Read more

Queensland designer exhibits in Milan Triennale

It’s exciting when Queensland designers are selected to exhibit at prestigious international events. HY William Chan is one such designer who is enjoying being in the limelight for the Campus & Controcampus exhibition at the International XXI Triennale, Milan. The Campus & Controcampus exhibition offers a glimpse into the future of ‘green’ university campuses. It explores the … Read more

APDL is looking for regional design minds ambassadors

Image by Becky Strong

APDL is proud to announce the launch of our new Design Minds Regional Ambassador Program. We are seeking to appoint ambassadors from across regional Queensland who possess the ‘qualities of a 21st century educator’ and have a broad network of influence, ideally through a teaching association or member organisation. Regional Ambassadors will actively promote Design Minds within … Read more

K8 Children’s Symposium

Imagine a child’s perspective of Brisbane in the year 2036… As part of QPAC’s Out of the Box festival, K8 Children’s Symposium offers eight-year-old children and their teachers, the opportunity to develop new ways of thinking, build creative expertise, and travel pathways to innovation and problem solving. The symposium is both a professional development opportunity … Read more

Arch-I-Spy competition winners

We had great fun running this year’s Arch-I-Spy Instagram competition during the UQ Architecture lecture series. Thanks to everyone who entered and played along with us. A huge congratulations to @JamesBailey__ who took out the much coveted overall prize. It was such a hard decision but we loved his image of the BVN and Donovan Hill designed … Read more