Support the AAA Fundraising Campaign

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Support the Australian Architecture Association's annual Keep Architecture Open fund Raising campaign.

As a not for profit organisation, run predominately by a group of committed volunteers, the AAA depends on the support of our members and the wider community of design enthusiasts to meet our operational costs for continuing to open the doors on architecture.

We are passionate about promoting and educating people about the value of architecture and design. We believe that the more you know and appreciate about design, the greater your say in the way our environment is shaped for the better.


You can simply donate to our campaign by clicking here.

Or you can enjoy a variety of rewards for your generosity.

For instance check out the rewards listed below, which are just some of the great ways we would like to thank you for your continued support.

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Enjoy online learning about architecture and design with eClassroom.

With your eClassroom CPD Voucher can choose from over 120 formal online continuing professional development (CPD) courses and packages up to the value of $250.

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Hardson High Pressure Cleaning can help you refresh the look of your home with a House soft wash and/or pressure cleaning of hard surfaces to the value of $ 500.


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This rare 400 page hardcover illustrated book is still sealed in its original plastic wrapping and is a great investment for your architectural library.



To claim one of our rewards click here to visit our Keep Architecture Open 2019.

Scroll down the page to see what rewards are currently on offer.

Click on the offer you want and then click on the link called: Purchase this Reward.


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With your help - we look forward to reaching our target of $12000.

This Month At Home Visits Darlington

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This month At Home visits 'Welcome to the Jungle House', an inner city residence recently shortlisted for the 2019 World Architecture Festival.

Situated in Darlington, an inner-city heritage conservation area typified by late Victorian row terrace housing and post-industrial warehouse conversions, the home was designed to celebrate the Sydney climate and push the boundaries of sustainable living.

Meet the architect Clinton Cole, Managing Director of CPlusC Architectural Workshop and learn about how the home was designed, as you explore its interiors and exteriors.

The Jungle House story begins with the purchase of a two-storey shop top house in disrepair and close to collapse, occupying a 90sqm triangular site.

The original spackled rendered masonry façade had cultural and streetscape significance to the local heritage conservation area and its necessary reconstruction was managed under strict heritage controls.

A black photovoltaic panel array signals the new addition to the original northern façade, harnessing sunlight throughout the day, acting as a billboard for the sustainability attributes of the architecture and starkly contrasting the original rendered heritage facade.

Design Statement exerpt by Clinton Cole, director of CplusC Architectural Workshop, "Le Corbusier famously said almost 100 years ago, that 'A house is a machine for living in'. If we are to survive the next 100 years a house must be 'a machine for sustaining life' and it must promote those values in its architectural expression to the public who largely consume architecture through the media where image is everything.

The rooftop is constructed of steel planter beds which provide deep soil for native plants and fruit and vegetables. The garden beds are irrigated from the fishpond providing nutrient rich water created by the edible silver perch (fish).


Architect and builder, Clinton Cole, founded CplusC Architectural Workshop in 2005.

Based in Darlington, the practice specialises in the design and construction of expertly detailed, luxurious and sustainable homes.

Winner of multiple design and construction industry awards, CplusC offer both architectural and construction services. The practice believes in great architectural ideas, efficient construction systems, holistic sustainable project development and exceptional value for service. 


Location: Darlington, NSW
Please note that the address and meeting point will only be forwarded to ticket holders in the days immediately before the tour.
Time: 11.00am - 12.00pm
Date: Sunday 22 September 2019
Tickets: $35 (Early Bird) / $45 (Public) / $30 (AAA Members)
Note: Early bird tickets are available up Sunday 15 September 2019.

Click here and book now before the tour is full!

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