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    News Archive for April 2015

    Wolfin membrane system used in green roof application at Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music

    The Wolfin membrane system was selected for a green roof application at the Conservatorium of Music in Sydney.


    Magnetic installs six retractable barriers at transport company to control pedestrian access

    Magnetic Automation installed six MPR retractable barriers for a transport provider to control the entry and exit of pedestrians in the restricted areas.


    Make stunning statements with pre-finished panelling from Cedar Sales

    Cedar Sales offers pre-finished panelling made from sustainable Western Red Cedar for use in a wide range of interior wall and ceiling applications.


    Urbanline composite cladding delivers weathered look to Bribie Island resort

    Cladding from the Elements range by Urbanline Architectural was selected for the exterior of the Sandstone Point Hotel in Bribie Island.


    Just Digital Signage installs digital directory boards at 24-storey Sydney building

    Just Digital Signage installed digital directory boards in a multi-storeyed building situated at 1 York St. in Sydney.


    WFAANZ presents top ten window film hacks to stylishly solve problems in the home

    A product developed in the sixties by NASA, window film has long been used to reduce solar heat gain in buildings and vehicles.


    Bjark Ingles could replace Foster + Partners in World Trade Centre 2 renaissance

    If 21st Century Fox and News Corp get their tenancy, BIG will replace Foster + Partners for WTC2 architectural duties.


    Get it right in competitive fee environments: ACA launches time/cost calculation tool

    The Association of Consulting Architects Australia (ACA) has finished rolling out its Architects’ Time/Cost Calculation Guide, with over 150 members attending the free seminars on the Guide.


    'Like Grand Designs on steroids': 150-year-old mansion extensively upgraded to be 21st century ready

    A historic Adelaide mansion that used to be home to Sir Frederick Holder, first Speaker of the Federal House of Representatives, has undergone a multi-million-dollar metamorphosis.


    Sydney’s Aviation Future a matter of public policy: PTW Architects director Mark Abrams

    Everyone likes new airports...if they're in other countries. The proposals for Sydney's Badgerys Creek airport raises questions that must be answered based on a strategic master plan for the entire region.


    Australian architecture faculties rank high in World University Rankings for 2015

    The new QS ‘World University Rankings for 2015' listed 11 Australian universities among the Top 100 places to study architecture in the world.


    Top 10 stories for April—from a power plant resort to a new UTS building that isn’t a paper bag

    Projects from all over the country flooded our news desk over the month of April and they came in as varied as they did frequently.


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