News

Creating Greener Places for Healthy and Sustainable Communities

DPTI Planning and ODASA have been involved with the Healthy Parks Healthy People initiative, a partnership between DEW and SA Health, which recognises the fundamental connections between human health and environmental health and the links between the natural environment and our overall wellbeing.Read More

Design Review Panel Membership

Design Review Panel membership comprises a range of disciplines including urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, planning, engineering, heritage, infrastructure and sustainability.

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Principles of Good Design

Recently updated, ODASA’s Principles of Good Design focus on how buildings and places can meet the needs of the people who use them.

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Events

Now Showing: Modernism and Modernist SA Architecture 1934-1977

Modernism and Modernist SA Architecture 1934-1977 exhibit takes a deeper look at Modernism and the Modernist buildings of Adelaide and highlights a selection of notable, and some less well-known, examples of the promise of modernist thinking in the built environment, from houses and community buildings to city skyscrapers.

Curated by Phillips Pilkington Architects and Architecture Museum (University of South Australia).

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28 LEIGH STREET GALLERY

The 28 Leigh Street Gallery is a vibrant, flexible and modern exhibition space within a beautifully maintained heritage building in the heart of Adelaide. Located on one of the city’s busiest pedestrian streets, the Gallery offers great exposure to different displays throughout the year.

Commensurate with our core objectives, exhibitions should promote high-quality design in South Australia’s built environments and seek to inform the community of the value in doing so.

Our 2019 exhibition program is to provide a platform for upcoming initiatives within the design, architecture and related industries, and further celebrate the achievements of outstanding projects, professional bodies and organisations within our community.

If you are interested in exploring your idea for a temporary exhibition or installation, please contact the Office for Design and Architecture SA.

PAST 2018 EXHIBITIONS

  • Australian Town Planning Conference and Exhibition, 17-24 October 1917: In Retrospect
    • Curator: Architecture Museum
  • Smart Cities Exhibition
    • Curator: Office for Design and Architecture SA
    • Contributors: Adelaide Smart City Studio, ofo, Brightcookie, SA Water and Ten Gigabit Adelaide
  • Adelaide’s Health and Biomedical Precinct Exhibition
    • Curator: Office for Design and Architecture SA
    • Contributors: Woods Bagot, Swanbury Penglase Architects, DesignInc, Lyons Architecture, Silver Thomas Hanley, BVN, Aurecon, Hindmarsh, Norman Disney & Young, HYLC Joint Venture, Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec, Mott MacDonald, Arup, Insight Visuals, University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, SAHMRI, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Australian Institute of Architects, SA Chapter Awards
    • Curator: Australian Institute of Architects
  • Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, SA Chapter Awards
    • Curator: Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
  • Bali Vernadoc Exhibition
    • Curators: University of South Australia teachers and students
    • Contributors: University of Indonesia, University of Syiah Kuala, University of Gadja Mada, University of Udayana, Rangsit University and Silpakorn University
  • Unmaking Waste Exhibition
    • Curator: Unmaking Waste Committee
    • Contributors: University of South Australia, Design Institute of Australia and the Government of South Australia
  • Japan – Archipelago of the House Exhibition
    • Curators: Julian Worrall, Veronique Hours, Fabien Mauduit, Jeremie Souteyrat, Manuel Tardits
    • Contributors: Japan Foundation, University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and the Australian Institute of Architects

PAST 2018 INSTALLATIONS

  • National Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week Artwork
    • Designer: Office for Design and Architecture SA
  • Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition Artwork
    • Designer: Art Gallery of South Australia