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Ron Brown, CEO Architel TV

E: ronvgbrown@gmail.com



E: architeltv@gmail.com

Mail: PO Box 1, Hawthorn, 3122 | Victoria, Australia


About Us

Architecture Television (ArchiTel.tv) brings information, opinions and project news to architects, designers, builders and building owners in Australia.
Based on the successful 90’s video-based series “Archivision”, also created by award-winning architectural film maker Ron Brown, ArchiTel takes advantage of the speed and ubiquity of the internet to provide instant, interactive and modular access to the project, product and personality stories that are featured on the channel.
The ArchiTel internet service functions as a rich-content multi-media web site and a television program. It reports on residential, commercial, retail, hospitality and public projects, as well as covering historical and refurbishment activity, new products, green building trends and provides in-depth interviews with personalities in architecture, building and property.


ArchiTel stories feature project reviews, interviews with the design team, aspects of the construction, and a mini-documentary of the project, from single innovative residential projects to large scale monumental landmarks. Architects and their clients are now invited to submit commercial, residential, heritage, environmentally sound and public projects for feature on the channel. In some cases, sponsors may be sought to meet the costs of production, all project types will be considered.


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Or have a product or service you want to submit?

Tel: (03) 9882 4319  |  Email: 

Mail: PO Box 1, Hawthorn, 3122 | Victoria, Australiap

Architecture Stories


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Taronga Institute of Science & learning

In this episode of ArchiTel, we bring you the Taronga Institute of Science & learning by NBRS Architecture. We speak with NBRS Director of Design Andrew Duffin and Associate Ewan Saunders.

The vision of the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning (TISL) is to reveal innovative concepts for science, learning and conservation. Creating an interactive, immersive experience, setting Taronga apart from other science and research institutions – NBRS Architecture

Photos by Alexander Mayes and Brett Boardman.