The AAA is happy to announce that tours with limited numbers will be recommencing in October. Please note that COVID-19 restrictions will apply to all tour attendees.
Over the past couple of months AAA Sponsor, NATSPEC, introduced us to Universal design principles, which gives greater accessibility to people of different ages and abilities. This month they are highlighting lighting in residential design.
Due to the lockdowns happening across the country, the AAA has temporarily placed all tours on hold.
It's been a difficult couple of months for the Australian Architecture Association, however there's light at the end of the tunnel!
Some of the lockdown rules in NSW are starting to be relaxed and the AAA has opened up bookings for walks to resume next month.
Join the AAA's first post lockdown tour, the Castlecrag Walking Tour 2, taking place on Saturday 23 October. As one of the AAA's most popular tours, you will want to book now as spaces are limited.
Castlecrag is one of Sydney's most picturesque suburbs, perched on a rocky peninsula surrounded by the sparkling waters of Middle Cove. In the 1920s architects Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin planned the perfect garden suburb with small houses surrounded by trees and rocky outcrops. Little did they realise what property values would do to that dream.
The AAA @ home series of open houses will resume in November 2021. On Sunday 28 November enjoy a visit to the Northern Beaches Sydney suburb, Elanora Heights. Meet the architect (and AAA Vice President) Ben Gerstel and discover how the contemporary renovations and additions were designed to complement the original twentieth century Modernist home.