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This month we launch our 2024 Edition of The Men’s Menu. In 2022, the Buchan team was inspired during Men’s Health Week, in support of mental health and wellbeing, to come together through a shared passion for good food, good company and good conversation. This led to the creation of our very own cookbook – […]

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Architecture and design firm Buchan is expanding its global reach and building strategic partnerships to meet growing demand for cross-sector design in new and existing markets. A brand refresh for 2024 signals a new focus for the 130-year-old practice, which has simplified its name from Buchan Group to Buchan to align with its one-studio vision. […]

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Indigenous University of Queensland (UQ) student Stacey Edwards is on her way to a career as an architect with the inaugural Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Architecture Industry Scholarship, established by Buchan. Stacey, a proud Yidingi and Ngadjon woman, is a second-year Bachelor of Architectural Design student and grew up in Kaban, a small community in the Atherton Tablelands […]

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