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    News Archive for November 2013

    Voting now open for Royal Adelaide Hospital Site Design Competition

    Voting has commenced for the RAH Site International Design Competition's People’s Choice Award. It closes on 9 December.

    Global Architecture News

    Gehry’s proposal for site opposite Walt Disney Concert Hall; Dubai to host 2020 Expo; Robo-tractors will farm pavilion rooftop at Expo Milan 2015; Two killed as crane collapses at Brazilian World Cup stadium; Winners of the first Old Doha Prize

    Hebel joins AVJennings and Steve Waugh Foundation on new home building

    CSR Hebel has joined residential property developer AVJennings and their partner, the Steve Waugh Foundation.

    Brightgreen launches Luto smartlight for screen environments on Kickstarter

    Brightgreen has launched the Luto, a smartlight for screen environments, on global crowdfunding platform Kickstarter.

    Marysville Police Station by Kerstin Thompson Architects

    Marysville Police Station reflects the timber heritage of the community while fulfilling bushfire requirements.

    Altair louvres assist with ventilation in Tasmanian home

    Altair louvre windows from Breezway were installed in a beautiful family home in Hobart, Tasmania.

    World’s largest Sunglass Hut by FDC Construction & Fitout

    The Sunglass Hut on Sydney’s George Street merges the latest technology with creative design to create a fun and interactive experience

    Australian leaders in sustainability join global green schools network

    Romilly Madew from the GBCA will co-chair a new global network focused on building greener, healthier schools.

    Work commences on Sydney’s CBD and South East Light Rail

    Geotechnical work is now underway for the $1.6 billion Sydney CBD and South East Light Rail project, including field work and surveys.

    Concrib’s anchored sleeper walls for permanent soil mass stabilisation

    Concrib provided an effective and permanent solution to stabilise the soil mass along a steep slope on the Nambour Connection Road in Queensland.

    Perth architect Paul Rossen recognised by Architects Board of Western Australia

    The Architects Board of WA’s annual Board Award has been awarded to Paul Rossen for his contribution to the architectural profession.

    NGV launches Melbourne Now

    Assembling over 250 commissions, acquired and loaned works and installations, Melbourne Now explores the idea that a city is significantly shaped by the artists, designers and architects who live and work in its midst.

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