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    News Archive for January 2015

    Mixed income public housing: mixed outcomes, mixed-up concept

    For decades, public housing stood as the most architecturally visible and politically stigmatized reminder of urban poverty in many cities.


    The interior design guide to colouring your home [Infographic]

    Colour may be one of the pillars of design, but that doesn't make its use any less complex. This great infographic by Studio 55 explores how and where to use certain colours in homes.


    Sydney’s $10m Goods Line not ready for Gehry’s UTS building

    ​Sydney’s Goods Line, which has been compared to New York's High Line, will miss the opening of the new UTS business building because of project delays.


    Closing dates for AIA National Architecture Awards

    Entries for the Australian Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2015 National Architecture Awards program will soon come to a close around the country.


    Low interest rates to continue in 2015, says HIA

    The Housing Industry Association (HIA) says that the current low interest rate environment will continue for the foreseeable future.


    Konecranes rail mounted gantry cranes power Pacific National intermodal operations

    Konecranes is delivering four new Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes to Pacific National, Australia’s largest private rail freight operator.


    How to specify automation window systems: Arens International

    Arens International shares its expertise in automated windows and natural ventilation systems to help designers develop accurate specifications.


    UTS Gehry building uses Austech Foamular extruded polystyrene insulation

    Foamular extruded polystyrene from Austech External Building Products was selected for use in the construction of Dr Chau Chak Wing UTS building.


    DesignBUILD to include new interiors show floor

    DesignBUILD Interiors will offer free seminars, workshops and keynotes to inspire innovative fit-outs, and include exhibitors such as Houzz Australia.


    Two Australian projects remain for 2015 ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards

    Lune de Sang-Shed 1 by CHROFI architects and One Central Park by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW architects have been announced among 70 finalists.


    New Mirvac display suite is an ellipsoid shaped module surrounded by timber totems

    ​Modscape has collaborated with Mirvac to deliver a sales suite featuring an ellipsoid-shaped modular form and a bespoke curtain wall glazing system.


    15,000 pieces to the SAHMRI puzzle

    The one-of-a-kind South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute represents an intersection between art, science and innovation.


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