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Byera Hadley Travelling Scholar Nicola Balch has been researching the role and impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) in public spaces around the world, and reports on her findings just as Sydney is radically rethinking its public spaces and infrastructure.

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Architects registered in NSW have the freedom to choose from a wide variety of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities to improve their skills, maintain their knowledge and meet their annual obligations of 20 hours required by the Board.

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To welcome more than 200+ newly registered architects and the re-registration of around 4,500 in the 2018-2019 year - we will hold a special 90-minute seminar covering the essential regulatory and professional basics all architects need to know.

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After walking over 200km in 3 weeks, Byera Hadley Travelling Scholar James Masman shares his fresh insights about the unique character of Tokyo streets, and questions if innovative planning policy might be the secret behind these fascinating spaces.

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In the face of an increasing shortage of affordable housing on the North Coast of NSW, a group of locals and organisations will come together to host the Affordable Housing Local Solutions Forum on the 3rd & 4th of May at the Uniting Church in Bellingen. 

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President of the NSW Architects Registration Board, Dr Deborah Dearing was awarded the prestigious NSW Chapter President's Prize at the annual NSW Architecture Awards, hosted by the Australian Institute of Architects NSW Chapter. 

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Byera Hadley Travelling Scholar, Ryan Wazir, sheds light on his current research that explores the opportunity for architecture and urban design to re-imagine contemporary design approaches to mosques, and continues an important conversation on how these disciplines can foster inclusivity, interfaith and intercultural dialogue.

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The Board is pleased announce it will partner in a new media venture that aims to support and inspire those who design and plan Australia’s built environment.

The Built Environment Channel will supply news, information and specialist content to architects, engineers and designers throughout Australia via a network of digital screens, placed at no cost in participating practices.

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