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The National Memorial for Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sex Abuse have asked designers to submit plans for a national memorial building to be constructed in Canberra.
After more than 14 months of dealing with the onslaught of the COVID pandemic, one bright piece of news is that the 2021 Sustainability Summit will be once again a highlight of the built industry events calendar with its 5 fully-accredited CPD points and highly-interesting topic
The inaugural Rothwell Chair Symposium will be held at the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning (SADP) in April, with the conference focussing on social and affordable housing design on a local and international scale.
The Royal Commission into Aged Care left organisations that provide housing for aged care wondering how they will put its recommendations into effect. Most of these recommendations relate to the models of care and levels of staffing in homes. Put simply, in the architectural rabbit warrens that typify aged-care facilities, there can never be enough staff to manage every nook.
The UK’s leading platform for innovation and technology in the built environment, Digital Construction Week (DCW), has announced its foray into Australia with a launch at DesignBUILD 2021.
A recent photo exhibition at the Melbourne Design Week showcased iconic Australian architect Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street house as seen through the lens of leading contemporary architecture photographers.
Ari Zaharopoulos is celebrating a significant milestone of 25 years working with Street Furniture Australia.
House prices are back in the news, and out of control.
Sydney’s George Street will be transformed into a world-class pedestrian boulevard in the coming years, in an attempt to bring people back to the heart of the city.
The University of New South Wales has received funding from the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) for their City Futures Research Centre Design & Architecture and UNSW Canberra researchers.
Mirvac’s Woodlea Estate, recognised as Australia’s healthiest community, has finished its $1.5 million Avenues of Honour project just in time for ANZAC Day.
Sydney-based builder King Homes NSW chose the PowerProfile system from the Hebel Designer Range for the facade of their new residential project.