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04 Journal
25th
September

Opportunities in the Process of BIM – Part 2: Information

All too often I hear that BIM is ‘just a tool’ – typically a thinly constructed attempt to supress BIM below more traditional workflows. Most experts agree that BIM is in fact better described as a process, one of which has significant benefits at all...

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SYD
Gavin Crump
21st
August

Quality needs to be the focus. Only then will we have a system that protects the public interest. 

Giving evidence at the Upper House Inquiry on Friday, after our new Building Commissioner, Mr David Chandler, the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) NSW President Kath...

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SYD
Kathlyn Loseby
4th
July

Four leading female figures in the architecture and design industry share insights on how to increase diversity.

Australia boasts a proudly diverse population, made up of people from varying and distinct genders, cultures, religions and experiences. Promoting diversity is just as important within the architecture profession as it is in the built environment to ensure ...

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SYD
Kathlyn Loseby
1st
July

Opportunities in the Process of BIM – Part 1: Contracts, bids and agreements

All too often I am told that BIM is ‘just a tool’ – typically a poorly worded attempt to supress BIM behind more traditional ways of working. Consensus tends to be that BIM is in fact better described as a process, one of which has significant benefit...

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SYD
Gavin Crump
1st
July

Kathlyn Loseby is advocating on behalf of the architectural profession and to protect the consumer so they can be confident in construction again.

Published by The Institute on 27 June 2019 – excerpt
A spate of recent incidents, generating extensive media coverage, has brought significant attention to the safety and quality of Australia’s built env...

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SYD
Kathlyn Loseby
13th
May

Why Visual Coding Matters: Ways to Teach and Ways to Learn

Until recently, uttering the word ‘code’ in a meeting would have been enough for me to lose the interest of all but the most knowledge-hungry graduates. However, with the popularisation of machine based learning and computational design the opposite is ...

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SYD
Gavin Crump
1st
May

Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) project shortlisted in the 2019 Asia Pacific INDE.AWARDS

The Crone team is delighted to announce that the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) in Victoria has been shortlisted for The Learning Space category in latest INDE.AW...

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MEL
Ryan Williams
30th
March

Women continue to reach new heights in Australia, with women taking up three highly influential leadership positions in NSW.

On 4 February 2019, Dr Kirsten Orr commenced in the role of registrar at the NSW Architects Registration Board (NSWARB) and Crone Architects’ Kathlyn Loseby began her term as NSW chapter president of the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA). There she...

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SYD
Kathlyn Loseby
28th
March

Several participants of the 505 George Street design competition discuss the value of design competitions in Architecture Bulletin

Interviews by Kathlyn Loseby, Crone COO and President NSW AIA

 

 

Evolution of design is the result of experienced teams working together ...

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SYD
Kathlyn Loseby
16th
February

Ashley Dennis shares his experience working on regional public and cultural buildings in Architecture Bulletin

 

From my experience working on regional public and cultural buildings with Crone, I’ve found that regional architecture is an extremely rewarding, intimate experience that results in a high level of satisfaction for the team and all parties involved.

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SYD
Ashley Dennis
15th
February

Quizzed alongside industry peers, Principal Ashley Dennis explores the role of heritage constraints in practice

The panel was asked, ‘What do you think heritage concerns and constraints are of increasing or decreasing importance in the current architectural landscape?’

Ashley Dennis says, as an architect worki...

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SYD
Ashley Dennis
12th
February

The Connection in Rhodes designed by Crone supports and promotes healthy and active living

The Heart Foundation, under the Planning Institute of Australia umbrella, runs a series of case studies around projects that encourage health, activity and social value through design. Crone’s award-winning design of The Conn...

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SYD
Ashley Dennis
5th
February

From 6 February 2019, Crone’s Chief Operating Office Kathlyn Loseby becomes President of the NSW Australian Institute of Architects

Crone is delighted to announce that our Chief Operating Officer, Kathlyn Loseby, has been unanimously appointed as President of the NSW Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), effective from 6 Febr...

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SYD
Kathlyn Loseby
5th
December

The new ANMF empowers healthcare professionals to pool their knowledge, absorb new learnings and, importantly, ‘walk the walk’

Divided into four distinct parts for conferences, education, commercial tenancies and workplace, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation’s (ANMF) new 10-storey Victorian Branch headquarters in Melbourne is likened to the human body by its desi...

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MEL
Ryan Williams
17th
September

Six projects by Australian architects have received awards from one of the world’s most extensive architecture awards  programs.

Organised by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies, the 2018 International Architecture Awards were awarded in Istanbul, Turkey to more than 100 projects from a shortl...

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SYD
Ashley Dennis
27th
July

David Jones has unveiled the $200 million redevelopment of its flagship Sydney store to be delivered by Crone as executive architect.

With plans to create a luxury retail experience similar to London’s Selfridges or Paris’ Galaries Lafayete, the proposed refurbishment is moving ahead with David Jones announcing that it will undertake the major redevelopment.

The upmarket retail...

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SYD
Stephen Harris
Andrew Woodward
17th
July

‘The Connection – Rhodes’, designed by Crone Architects, has received the Award for Urban Design at the NSW Architecture Awards.

According to the jury, “The Connection at Rhodes is a noteworthy example of next generation community building in a productive dialogue with the site and the surrounding public space. Each wing has an intimate way of relating to the external space and bay...

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SYD
Ashley Dennis
17th
July

We are looking for experienced Project Architects to join our team!

 

 

Come and join us working in this fabulous double-height space in Sydney’s CBD. Check out the link below for more details.

See...

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SYD
Kathlyn Loseby
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