ARTICLE POSTED — 24th Aug 17
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.
|Adam Hannon||Alison Potter|
|Amanda Roberts||Andrew Russell|
|Andrew Smith||Andy Sharp|
|Ashley Halliday||Ben Duckworth|
|Bob Nation||Cameron Ritter|
|Catherin Bull||Damian Madigan|
|David Brown||Deiter Lim|
|Dimitty Andersen||Enzo Caroscio|
|Geoffrey London||James Hayter|
|Jeff Robinson||Julian Worrall|
|Justine Clark||Kaare Krokene|
|Lu Balsamo||Mariano DeDuonni|
|Mark Haycox||Michael Hegarty|
|Michael McKeown||Nick Stokoe|
|Paul Davy||Peter Miglis|
|Peter Mould||Simon McPherson|
|Sophie Cleland||Sophie Dyring|
|Stuart Harrison||Susan Phillips|
|Tania Davidge||Tim Conybeare|
Panel Member profiles will be available soon.
Any queries relating to panel membership can be directed to email@example.com
ARTICLE POSTED — 19th May 17
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.
Best-practice principles demonstrate the government’s commitment to achieving design excellence in South Australia’s built environment.
The Principles of Good Design are: context, inclusivity, durability, value, performance and sustainability.
Australian Town Planning Conference and Exhibition, 17-24 October 1917: In Retrospect
It has been 100 years since the 1917 First Town Australian Town Planning and Housing Conference which took place right here, in Adelaide. The exhibition entails an array of historic documents and materials that supported the initial conference, highlighting the growth of Adelaide as we know it today.
The Town Planning Conference and Exhibition held in Adelaide in 1917 was the first event in Australia to focus on the subject of town planning. It was supported by the Commonwealth and state governments and organised by Charles Reade, South Australia’s Government Town Planner, and Victor Ryan, Director of the Tourist and Intelligence Bureau, with the assistance of state-based committees. About 250 delegates attended from local councils and state government departments, professional bodies and community organisations. The week-long program included the presentation and discussion of twenty-three papers; a substantial exhibition of international, state and local exhibits; field trips and social events. Papers covered issues of the time and ideas for addressing them: housing, health and sanitation, amenity, roads, traffic, suburban expansion and the layout of suburbs, open space, metropolitan planning, development control and town planning legislation. Delegates enthusiastically and confidently promoted the benefits of town planning. A second national conference followed in Brisbane in 1918. Exhibition now on at 28 Leigh Street, Adelaide.