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    News Archive for June 2014

    Stramit Monopanels the cladding of choice for Williams Boag Architects project

    Resilient ​​Stramit Monopanels clad the exterior of the Elizabeth Street ‘Walkups’ project in Richmond, Victoria.

    Miniwalky and Archilede from Iguzzini light up Williams Boag project

    ​Lights from Iguzzini illuminate and guide residents at the newly redeveloped Elizabeth Street ‘Walkups’ in Richmond, Victoria.

    Yingli Solar plans to be first ever carbon neutral sponsor of the FIFA World Cup

    Yingli Green Energy (Yingli Solar) recently announced the company’s plans to leave a sustainable legacy in Brazil.

    Building Designers Australia restructures to support national membership

    The Building Designers Australia (BDA) today announced the biggest restructure in their 53 year history.

    Tower made from organic mushroom-bricks opens at MoMA PS1 in New York

    Biotect David Benjamin and his firm, The Living, have completed the MoMA ‘Hy-Fi’ tower using mushroom brick technology based on a technique developed by Ecovative.

    2014 BPN Sustainability Awards close this Friday 4 July

    Submissions for the industry's strongest independent sustainability awards program will close this Friday, 4 July 2014.

    Tent-like stadium design revealed for Qatar World Cup 2022 [Video]

    Qatar has unveiled the name and design of a new 60,000-seater stadium in Al Khor ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

    Winners of the Australian Institute of Architects' 2014 Northern Territory Awards

    The Australian Institute of Architects‘ have revealed the recipients of their 2014 Northern Territory Awards.

    University Students makeover underutilised Springvale Shopping Centre

    A group of Swinburne University of Technology design students have responded to a request from Springvale Homemaker Centre, and given life to the underutilized shopping mall.

    New amendment mandates height controls for Bourke Hill Precinct

    A new amendment to the State planning scheme will ensure mandatory height limits and give certainty to the community about the form of future developments, says Victorian Government.

    The 2014 Master Builders Excellence in Building Awards announced

    Buildings designed by Fender Katsalidis Mirams architects and Architects Ring and Associates take top honours.

    AAC Hebel external wall system looks like brick but delivers more

    A double storey house in Castlecrag, NSW is attracting attention for its use of the AAC Hebel wall system.

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