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    Homelessness and overcrowding expose us all to coronavirus. Here's what we can do to stop the spread
    Homelessness and overcrowding expose us all to coronavirus. Here's what we can do to stop the spread

    Staying home and social distancing are now essential to control the spread of COVID-19. Suitable accommodation for quarantine and isolation are critical, but Australia’s broken housing system leaves us all exposed.


    South Australian contractors’ federation head blasts councils for lack of ‘support’
    South Australian contractors’ federation head blasts councils for lack of ‘support’

    The Civil Contractors Federation (SA) says the behaviour of some SA councils “is completely unacceptable and totally lamentable” at a time when the community needs services and support.


    How automation can help homes maximise green energy use
    How automation can help homes maximise green energy use

    Building design, especially in the residential segment, is heavily invested in the integration of green energy sources as the world tries to reduce its reliance on polluting fossil fuels.


    Cox Architecture & UNSW develop new remote working suite
    Cox Architecture & UNSW develop new remote working suite

    With the limited options available within the architecture industry for remote collaboration, architects and designers are finding it difficult to transition to a remote set-up.


    Studios in China reopen
    Studios in China reopen

    As China recorded its first day with no new coronavirus cases, architecture and design studios in the country have said they are gradually returning to normality.


    Emergency architecture responds to crises
    Emergency architecture responds to crises

    The COVID-19 pandemic has shown yet again how designers are needed to reimagine emergency shelters.


    Are resilient, self-sufficient communities the answer to global pandemics?
    Are resilient, self-sufficient communities the answer to global pandemics?

    Australia, similar to many other countries, is adopting unprecedented social distancing measures including requiring residents to live and work at home, and shop or exercise within their own neighbourhoods.


    Keope porcelain stoneware adds the Italian touch to Brickworks tiles
    Keope porcelain stoneware adds the Italian touch to Brickworks tiles

    Keope is a new range of porcelain stoneware tiles from Ceramiche Keope, designed to add the Italian touch to the UrbanStone line by Brickworks Building Products.


    Add the perfect finishing touch to your home with concrete pavers
    Add the perfect finishing touch to your home with concrete pavers

    Available in various designs, shapes and sizes, concrete pavers enable you to add personal style as well as functional spaces to your home.


    Keeping pedestal paving safe with Anston’s reinforced solution
    Keeping pedestal paving safe with Anston’s reinforced solution

    Pedestal paving is superior to conventional paver systems; however, Anston Architectural Products advises that it’s important to consider a few key safety aspects too.


    Brick lends earthy vibe to Nepalese restaurant at Melbourne Central
    Brick lends earthy vibe to Nepalese restaurant at Melbourne Central

    A combination of bricks and brick tiles from Robertson's Building Products Pty Ltd was used at a Melbourne-based Nepalese restaurant during a recent fitout.


    Challenging architectural framing at penguin centre on Phillip Island, VIC
    Challenging architectural framing at penguin centre on Phillip Island, VIC

    SBS Group supplied a simple, fast and accurate solution to achieve a challenging 3D architectural framing requirement at the Penguin Parade Visitor Centre in Summerlands, Phillip Island, VIC.


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