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    News Archive for December 2017

    Design Institute of Australia launches 2017 Fee and Salary Survey

    The Design Institute of Australia (DIA) are calling designers of all disciplines to respond to a nationwide Fee and Salary Survey.

    Behind the scenes: Sydney Opera House prepares to reopen Joan Sutherland Theatre

    The first major project in the $273-million Sydney Opera House renewal program, the Joan Sutherland Theatre upgrade, is just weeks away from completion.

    The federal Climate Policy Review: A recipe for business as usual

    The federal government’s newly released Climate Policy Review is hugely disappointing, but far from surprising. It does not depart from what the Turnbull government has been saying for some time: it plans to loosen compliance obligations for emissions-intensive companies even further, reintroduce international carbon offsets, and implement the planned National Energy Guarantee.

    The Alder Tapware collection: From bold European to traditional classics

    Alder Tapware offers a comprehensive and versatile collection of taps for kitchen and bathroom spaces to suit all designs, styles and budgets.

    Okatech insulating glass reduces solar load at new Monash Uni building

    Okatech, an innovative insulating glass product by Okalux GmbH, was recently specified for the new Learning and Teaching Building at Monash University.

    ARBS Speaker Series: Patrick McInerney on HFC phasedown

    Leading industry expert Patrick McInerney from the Australian Government’s Department of the Environment and Energy will speak on the subject of the HFC phasedown during the Speaker Series at ARBS 2018.

    Monash University reveals plans for Passive House accommodation

    A new 150-room residential project to be built at Monash University will target Passive House certification.

    GroupGSA and local community collaborate to deliver a little piece of Saigon in Melbourne

    GroupGSA has completed the $12 million Little Saigon Retail Plaza project in Footscray, as part of the ongoing Little Saigon Precinct Revitalisation project by Maribyrnong City Council.

    Monash comes one step closer to realising self-powered buildings

    Monash University researchers have moved one step closer to creating technology that could mean a future populated by self-powered buildings.

    Glenn Murcutt and Wendy Lewin to design “cultural tourism” hub for northern NSW

    Sole Australian recipient of the Pritzker Prize, Glenn Murcutt, and architect Wendy Lewin have been engaged to design a new “cultural tourism” building for an significant opal field in northern NSW.

    Is Mirvac’s new Waterloo development a glimpse into the future of Sydney?

    Mirvac has celebrated the topping out of the sixth and final building at its inner-Sydney mixed residential and retail development known as ‘The Finery’.

    “Contemporary Australian shed” wins prestigious German Design Award

    Crackenback Stables by Casey Brown Architects has been named among the winners of this year’s prestigious German Design Award.

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