On Saturday 13 November, rediscover architecture on the streets of Sydney, on the Australian Architecture Associations' founding tour - The Sydney City Walk.
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.
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer? Now is the time to contact the Australian Architecture Association and register your interest.
We have a small team of dedicated volunteers who range in age and experience, but share a high level of enthusiasm for architecture, people, and what happens in our built environment.
The AAA is happy to announce that tours with limited numbers resumed in October. Please note that COVID-19 restrictions will apply to all tour attendees.
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.