03.04.20

COVID 19 | Architect Site Visit Guidelines

SFAW was invited by the Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian chapter for assistance in the development of guidelines for Architects to conduct site visits during the global Covid 19 pandemic. These guidelines were adopted and are located on the Australian Institute of Architects Covid 19 information webpage.

 

Architect Site Visit Guidelines

 

22.03.20

COVID 19 – Open Source Residential Building Prep Pack

I have posted a combination of COVID 19 residential building guidelines that I developed for my own business.

 

***WHS guidelines have progressed rapidly & significantly, for the most up to date guidelines from MBA, please check their webpage here.***

 

I believe I was one of the first Tasmanian builders to develop WHS protocol for Covid 19, which we developed to promote worker safety at our building sites. We implemented our own business continuity checklist, Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS), posted information on site & shot some demonstration videos. In the spirit of fellowship, we shared this ‘Residential Building Prep Pack’ widely with the Tasmanian construction industry, including:

 

Business Continuity Checklist

Safe Work Method Statements

Construction Site Poster Pack

Demonstration Videos

 

The site poster pack and video presentations are still on the Master Builders Tasmania Covid 19 webpage.

 

This was done in an open source manner and with very regular updates from other members to begin the development of an industry consensus. These guidelines were received by Master Builders Tasmania and circulated to members state-wide. The executive director of Master Builders Tasmania Matthew Pollock subsequently invited me to provide feedback on developing WHS guidelines which have progressed significantly, for the most up to date guidelines from MBA, please check their webpage here.

28.01.20

Scott Flett elected Tasmania EmAGN co-chair

Scott Flett has been elected as the 2020 co-chair of the Emerging Architects and Graduate Network (EmAGN) Tasmanian Chapter. The Australian Institute of Architects EmAGN committee aims to create a design community for graduates and emerging architects for mutual support and to foster a culture of architecture. This will be a role that is co-chaired with Felix Blackman, to understand more about EmAGN click here.

20.09.19

SFAW signatory to Architects Declare

The Architects Declare movement represents the consensus of the international architectural community to the Climate & Biodiversity Emergency. To read more about why this is important and what Australian architects are advocating for click here.

22.05.19

SFAW nominated in the 2020 German Design Awards

The German Design Council has nominated SFAW project: Outback Office for 2020 German Design Awards.

16.12.18

Outback Office profiled in Milan

SFAW Outback Office has been profiled by Milan based weArch, link to their website here.

07.10.18

The Local Project: Studio Profile

Read more at The Local Project

05.07.18

Green Magazine Issue

SFAW published in Green Magazine, check out their article on prefabricated architecture here

14.01.18

SFAW project featured on The Local Project

1:1 Scale Model.

Scott Flett of Flett Architecture designs and builds a prefabricated remote Tasmanian office with use of timber that immediately draws your attention…

Read full article
Photography Brett Boardman

08.09.16

AGDA Awards Finalist

SFAW Corporate Identity – Stationery has been shortlisted in the 2016 AGDA awards. This was a collaboration with Athlete Studio – See finalist entry

30.07.15

“Will the China FTA open doors for Australian architects?” added to prestigious academic record

The article “Will the China FTA open doors for Australian architects?” has been included in the prestigious ANU academic institution Australia Centre on China in the World

This was the most widely cited article on how the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement might affect Australian architects, and has been the only architectural industry analysis included by the institution.

 

 

15.01.15

Will the China FTA open doors for Australian architects?

The most cited article on how the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement might affect Australian Architects, first published on Business Spectators, now here at The Australian

21.11.14

Scott Flett selected as ACYD delegate

Scott Flett has been selected as a delegate in the 2014 Australia-China Youth Dialogue. Scott is the first registered architect to be included as a delegate.

The Australia-China Youth Dialogue (ACYD) is the pre-eminent inter-disciplinary early to mid-career leaders forum between Australia and Greater China