Archiblox 1 week ago @archiblox


Like everyone, our hearts are broken for Australia right now. However we continue to be encouraged by the leadership, generosity, empathy and activism shown by Australian and global communities.⁠⠀ ⁠__ Last month, a group of committed architects met as part of the Architects Declare, Architects Act movement. We worked collaboratively through ideas on how to move forward to create architecture and urbanism that has a more positive impact on the world around us. There’s never been a better time than now to realise these ideas.⁠⠀ ⁠__ We have big plans for 2020 and look forward to sharing them with you this week. We urge you to join us. __ Link in Bio for ways to still support our beautiful Australia. ⁠__ Photography: Dale Appleton, DELWP⁠⠀ ⁠__ #architectsdeclare #architectsact #carbonneutral #climatechange #bushfirecrisis #australia #actnow @architectsdeclare_au

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temporubato_au avatar
1 week ago
patriciadivine avatar
1 week ago
We also need houses that work better in fire prone areas.
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1 week ago
agumy2 avatar
1 week ago
Well done! I like your movements and hope it can be spread for the world in a movement of inclusion! Nature inclusion and human been inclusion! How to deal with so many problems and needs? Technology and all you said leadership, generosity, empathy and activism! Well done!
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1 week ago
rogererith avatar
1 week ago
Brilliant - I hope ambitious plans are being championed equally by design/building authonties/ councils/developers/builders. In order to avoid replicating obsolete and wasteful 'traditional' typologies and practices, there is dialogue about radical yet rational and beautiful, and TRULY sustainable architecture and material use. Biodesign and the factoring-in of energy/water capture/storage and more efficient usage. Perhaps growing of food... waste minimisation. Neighbourhood collectives, urban blocks having the potential to create and maintain 'mini grids' of essential services, food production etc🌊
breathearchitecture avatar
1 week ago
You absolute legends!
catie0 avatar
1 week ago
Maybe archiblox could design a solution to rebuild/ chopper in the huts that have all burnt in the high country. Not sure if it is physically possible.... but it would be great
modular_buildings_australia avatar
1 week ago
Nice work guys, we would love to be involved too!...
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1 week ago
2004marts avatar
1 week ago
I would love to see homes designed to withstand bushfires better🌹
poorsly avatar
1 week ago
Time to design a prison for the arsonists.
katecollingwoodphotography avatar
1 week ago
I am really looking forward to what you’re proposing. We all need to work as a supported collective and make drastic changes immediately, let me know if you ever need a photographer, happy to contribute. 🙏✨📷
snstaylor avatar
1 week ago
Do not let the propaganda of “arson” as being a significant cause of the fires take hold on the site... Ecologists & fire experts agree: The CAUSE of our fires, of this magnitude & intensity, is Climate Change & drought related to Climate Change. #BewareFarRtPropaganda #Trollbots #FossilFuelBilliomaires
nataliaplotnikova348 avatar
1 week ago
ryangueli avatar
1 week ago
Try not committing arson you dweebs
je_rry8740 avatar
1 week ago
that’s what the Australians get dumbass niggas tryna fight birds
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6 days ago
modnpods avatar
6 days ago
Awesome work we would like to get involved up here on the Gold Coast!!
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6 days ago
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5 days ago

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