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New Architecture in Sydney Contending for a Place Among the Icons: Part I

Located on the east coast of Australia and situated on the water, Sydney is a stunning harbor city. As Australia’s leading metropolis, Sydney is the go-to destination for international corporations, tourists, and students. The city is not characterized by any one architecture style, but by a juxtaposition of architecture that spans the breadth of the […]

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Finding Happiness in the Handmade – Our Favourite Makers in Melbourne

For the following two weekends the Architact Collective have attended two pre-christmas market locations. There could have been no better start to the festive season than by surrounding ourselves with some incredible designers, makers and entrepreneurs, these are our peers who equally motivate and inspire us to do what we do. When talking with these designers we […]

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MediaMap Connecting Architects to the World’s Architectural Media

We very rarely talk about how important media is for architects. Media is also often a secondary consideration in architecture practices, we have tools for project management, and office management, but nothing for media management. MediaMap seeks to solve that problem. MediaMap is a new media kit and campaign tool for architects that maps the world’s architectural […]

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Interesting Stuff on the Internet

Interesting stuff on the internet is an article sharing my favourite recent online inspiration and distractions. Ron Carlson is the creator of one of the most hated thing on the internet: the pop-up ad. In this article he apologises, “What we wanted to do was spill boiling oil onto the heads of our enemies as they attempted to […]

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Why Film Villains Love Modern Architecture

Home is where our traditional notion of safety and place making are formed; consequently, the home is also the place where we are most vulnerable. Violating the boundary of home is an easy target in filmmaking. The kitchen in particular is often an ultra sinister location. Kitchens are cramped, claustrophobic, abundant with knifes (think “Chucky“), […]

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Finding Happiness in the Handmade – Our Favourite Makers in Melbourne

MediaMap Connecting Architects to the World’s Architectural Media

Interesting Stuff on the Internet

Why Film Villains Love Modern Architecture

The Architact Collective collaborates with Sarra Tzijan

DIY Replica Crayon Rings…A New Life for Broken Crayons!

What is the meaning of home?

Interview with Elena Orte Largo & Guillermo Sevillano, SUMA

The Architact Collective collaborates with Kaitlin Beckett

Smartphone Interior Design: 3 mobile apps for home decorators

Is “​Crowd-Housing” the Next Crowdfunding? And how it will Empower Architects

The Architact Collective will be at MSFW: Emerging Designer Markets

A Travelling Architecture School

US Highlights: The River North Art District – Where Art is Made

Interesting Stuff on the Internet

Washington D.C. the coolest city in America?

Calling all Children to Draw their Favourite Building or Landmark

Why Drew Philp Bought A House In Detroit For $500

The DIY Ring Kit Goes Global

Construction Volunteering in Developing Nations

Interesting Stuff on the Internet

A Collection of Abandoned Cities and Suburbias

Architecture Fairy Tales, Fiction and Wizardry

Best Architecture Book Recommendations from Influential Architects – Part 3

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Best Architecture Book Recommendations from Influential Architects – Part 2

Best Architecture Book Recommendations from Influential Architects – Part 1

The Scientist Will Design The Emergent City

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