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Indigenizing Practice

The latest edition of Architecture Australia includes ‘Indigenizing Practice: Architecture and cultural consultants’, an interview between Georgia Birks, TFA’s Kieran Wong and Troy Casey and Christopher Bassi from Indigenous-owned business, Blaklash Creative. ⁠

Together, TFA and Blaklash have been working on several projects with the aim of leveraging community and social outcomes. Kieran and Troy describe it as an arranged marriage that worked!⁠

The interview is well-worth reading by anyone looking to embed notions of Country in their work: https://bit.ly/3sPov7B

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