Meaghan Dwyer, Stefan Mee and MSD in Architectural Review

1 December 2016

Reflections on practice, published and built form.

In a debate on what constitutes a good project manager, principal Meaghan Dwyer sets out some clear points regarding working from a position of great trust.

Following on from the recent release of This Building Likes Me, principal Stefan Mee discusses the value and many characters of a monograph.

Director of the Melbourne School of Design, Alan Pert introduces the school’s recent addition of ‘Design for Aging’ part of a new Masters of Ageing; an initiative for the architecture industry to design better for our older population.  

AR has recently redirected their magazine to a more business oriented, text-based offering, which is worth taking the time to read.

To view the full article, purchase a copy of AR Architectural Review Issue 147 | 2016


Architectural Review website

Meaghan Dwyer

Stefan Mee

This Building Likes Me

Melbourne School of Design