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    News Archive for July 2016

    How hebel hoist improves the building process for boundary & intertenancy walls

    Hebel Hoist is Hebel’s innovative hoisting solution, making it much easier to install boundary and intertenancy walls in areas with limited access.

    You're invited: registrations open for "Care Connect - Designing a healthy future for all Australians"

    Architecture & Design is hosting an exclusive invitation-only event on 18 August that will gather Australia’s very-best aged and healthcare architects, building designers, developers and project managers under one roof.

    BVN's Bunurong Memorial Park chapel has a 7.5 tonne sliding glass façade

    BVN have employed a 7.5 tonne sliding glass façade for a recent project at the Bunurong Memorial Park, south east of Melbourne

    LOGICWALL helps Rosehill NSW builder save construction time without sacrificing quality

    NuCorp Constructions chose the LOGICWALL wall system from AFS Systems to speed up construction on their Rosehill NSW apartment project.

    Brisbane high-rise achieves stunning finish with Urbanline's composite timber cladding

    Urbanline’s Euro Selekta Clad was chosen for The Highgate, an iconic multi-level apartment complex in Brisbane’s inner city.

    Earth-inspired Elements by ASKO range of ovens now in Australia

    ASKO Appliances (Australia) announces the availability of a new range of ovens inspired by earthy elements.

    Fun activity-based workspace enriched by weathered slat ceiling

    SUPAWOOD DRIFTWOOD rustic timber lining features in areas of a prize winning office fit-out for the Sydney office of media/marketing consultancy Wunderman Bienalto.

    Hassell appoints Mark Haycox as new Principal for Landscape Architecture

    International design practice Hassell announces the appointment of Mark Haycox as a Principal in Landscape Architecture.

    Event wrap: See Sustainable Experience

    The most interesting part of the event was seeing the organisers and participants grapple with the challenges of valuing and commodifying sustainability, challenges that were repeatedly discussed and strategised throughout the event’s many seminars.

    2016 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards winners announced

    The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the winners of the 2016 Victorian Landscape Architecture Awards.

    "Without sustainability there will be anarchy, chaos, and suffering." – Dick Clarke, Sustainability Awards Judge

    Dick Clarke, principal at Envirotecture, is an accredited building designer with over 35 years’ experience, focusing exclusively on ecologically sustainable and culturally appropriate buildings.

    Apartments dominate 2016 Development Excellence Awards

    It’s no coincidence that Sydney multiple-dwelling projects swept the floor at the recent 2016 Development Excellence Awards. It’s suggestive of an apartment boom says the organisers.

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