Interlude acknowledges the D’harawal, Dharug, Gundangara, Gai-maragal, Guringai and Eora peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands where our digital archive is shared. We acknowledge that sovereignty has not been ceded and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We extend this acknowledgment and respect to our First Nations collaborators and audiences.


Interlude is an intervening or interruptive period, space, or event
Interlude is a device, a piece, a composition; inserted between or among the parts of a larger composition—an oeuvre, a movement
Interlude is a break, a moment, a pause—to reflect, to question, to absorb, to rethink, to react, to act

An interlude may rely on its counterparts, but is no less important
An interlude may contrast with what goes before or after, but is integral in supporting the complexities of its counterpart/s

Interlude is a live archive—a snapshot of unfolding or unfinished conversations, experiments, narratives, questions and reflections—surrounding the current challenges and ongoing transformations within architectural education.

Interlude aims to provide a break, a space; for critical reflection and action, within architecture and beyond, through questioning the languages, archives, histories and boundaries that constitute it.