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Mick Moloney is a registered architect with degrees in both Architecture and Construction Management. He has worked in the industry for 20 years, delivering high-end architectural projects throughout Victoria. Mick is an active member of the Australian Institute of Architects, as well as a super-nerd for anything to do with the Venice Architecture Biennale.
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Mick Moloney

St Andrews Square – Let there be Light

I’ve always felt Ballarat lacked a large central open civic square. Aside from sporting ovals, our largest public gathering spaces are the Lake Wendouree...
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Mick Moloney

Mick Moloney is a registered architect with degrees in both Architecture and Construction Management. He has worked in the industry for 20 years, delivering high-end architectural projects throughout Victoria. Mick is an active member of the Australian Institute of Architects, as well as a super-nerd for anything to do with the Venice Architecture Biennale.

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Creating your own truth: the confirmation bias

You grow up in Ballarat. You regularly see black swans. After a while you’ll draw your conclusion: all swans are black. There is another...

St Andrews Square – Let there be Light

I’ve always felt Ballarat lacked a large central open civic square. Aside from sporting ovals, our largest public gathering spaces are the Lake Wendouree...

Gamification: How to combine learning with enjoyment

I set myself the goal of writing this blog about a week ago. I had booked annual leave, so work wasn’t an issue, and...

Why am I not motivated?

Ever wondered why you’re not feeling motivated? Why all of the things on your to-do list feel like a chore – even...