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    News Archive for March 2014

    Autodesk 2015 Design Suites with AutoCAD has enhanced features and cloud integration

    Autodesk Australia announces the release of the new Autodesk 2015 Design Suites with tighter cloud integration.


    JBL extends Professional loudspeaker range with Duran Audio line-up

    Harman’s JBL Professional loudspeaker line-up has been merged with Duran Audio’s world-class array of loudspeakers.


    Tower design by Koichi Takada Architects unveiled for first Sydney town centre in a century

    Up to 10 new buildings will begin construction at the Green Square Town Centre by the end of the year, with images released for Crown's new tower.


    Operable roofs—a design innovation turns a Sydney room inside out

    A unique glass operable roofing system captures the outside and inside worlds.


    Premier's Sustainability Awards seeks out Victoria’s building design leaders

    Victorian leaders and innovators in building design are among those invited to enter the Premier's Sustainability Awards for 2014.


    US and New Zealand follow Australia towards tall timber buildings

    The United States and New Zealand have announced million dollar plans to encourage tall timber building construction.


    Greater breadth and depth of knowledge makes for better architects: Serdar Baycan, Tectura [PROFILE]

    Director of Tectura Architects, Serdar Baycan, tells us why he got into architecture, and the biggest obstacle he believes Australian architects face.


    Caroma extends Liano range with new bold and black mixers

    Caroma has extended its popular Liano Collection with a range of bold new mixers and accessories.


    Possibilities flow with permeable paving

    Porous and permeable paving can offer practical and environmental advantages over traditional paving materials.


    Alusion doors from Hafele in six types, four profiles and two finishes

    Hafele Australia introduces Alusion, a new range of aluminium framed doors designed to offer wide application versatility.


    UBIQ floor and wall products part of Randwick racecourse and road projects

    UBIQ will be supplying their innovative flooring product for the landmark development at Randwick racecourse.


    Plans to build skyscrapers that barely touch the ground over an active rail yard

    Hudson Yards is the largest private development project in U.S. history, and it’s being built without footings or foundations.


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