Older and wiser: designing the future of residential aged care
A Royal Commission into aged care in Australia found traditional models of residential aged care are failing. But there is opportunity ahead as we imagine new ways to create places where both the physical and mental wellbeing of residents is paramount.
How international competitions are supercharging architecture
A demand for architectural competitions brings opportunities worldwide for designers to reimagine better, more resilient, regenerative and inclusive ways of living. Our Competition Hub, now celebrating its first anniversary, is one way we’re amplifying our ability to draw on award-winning architects across our global studios to imagine a richer future.
“Beautiful, organic, rapid”:
healing at Herston Biofabrication Institute
Given the right space, resources and design, the team at Herston Biofabrication Institute in Brisbane, Australia become more agile and, says Mathilde Desselle, General Manager of the Institute, “more multidisciplinary than ever before”.
Cultural chemistry on campus? It’s art + science.
How can a festival that defies categorisation show universities a way of bringing specialist disciplines together to solve the world’s biggest problems? Hear from bluedot’s Professor Tim O’Brien and Professor Teresa Anderson in this episode of Hassell Talks.