Category: Architectural Design
Becoming a registered architect in Australia is no simple path, it takes days – and nights – of study and dedication to reach a level of professional independence. However, this level of independence is required if one is wanting to manage their own projects from inception to completion. So, what exactly does this process look like? Architectural Graduate, Mahreen Mahmud, shares with us her experience and how the Taylors team came together as one to assist.
What is the process that you have to go through to get your registration with the Architecture Registration Board?
Basically, in Australia to be working as an Architect you are required to have a Bachelors degree in Architecture which is a three year course followed by a two year Masters. From there you work with a registered Architect for 3,300 hours, which is equivalent to two …
One of Melbourne’s most innovative events in the architectural space was held at the Royal Exhibition Building just last week. The AIS Equinox Exhibition is designed to ‘connect architects, interior designers and design specifiers with product suppliers’ in a relaxed environment different to those of regular industry tradeshows. Taylors was graciously invited to attend the event to educate enthusiasts and industry professionals alike on how emerging 3D technologies can benefit and reshape future architectural surveying practices.
“There was a great deal of interest in the technology and expertise we had on display and it was exciting to be able to show that to the Architectural market.” Eight keen Taylors representatives were present at the Taylors booth, which showcased an array of virtual reality glasses for crowds to experiment with as they pleased, as well as Taylors TIMMS machine – a breakthrough …