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    News Archive for August 2017

    Canon’s environmental commitment recognised with a Gold Partner Award

    Canon Australia recently achieved the Gold Partner status in the Sustainability Advantage program promoted by the Office of Environment & Heritage, NSW Government.


    Architecture among top ten career aspirations for Australian teenagers

    Architecture is one of the most desired career paths for Australian teenagers, according to a recent study by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.


    Specify rustic, seasoned timber with ease

    Naturally weathered timber claddings have a stunning raw appeal, but with a ten-year lead time, showcasing the beauty of weathered timbers can be a long-term endeavour.


    Public invited to vote on Canberra’s pop-up “micro park” design

    The public has been invited to vote on the design of a pop-up “micro park” to be erected at Garema Place in Canberra.


    Why investor-driven urban density is inevitably linked to disadvantage

    There’s truth in the claims that housing choice and diversity have indeed widened in the last few decades as a result. The statistics clearly show a much greater spread of dwelling options in our cities.


    Junya Ishigami’s $11.3m Cloud Arch sculpture approved at double its original size

    An updated design for Junya Ishigami’s Cloud Arch sculpture has been approved by the City of Sydney. The new sculpture is almost twice the size of the initial design proposal, and almost triple the price.


    Federation Square to get digital makeover

    Melbourne’s popular public space Federation Square is set to undergo a $5.4 million technological refurbishment designed to improve its visitor experience with an integrated multi-screen initiative.


    Neo vanities match luxurious aesthetic of prestigious Southbank apartments

    Neo vanities from OMVIVO were specified by Schiavello for the Prima Tower apartments in Melbourne to suit the aesthetic of the interiors.


    Fighting mould with extruded polystyrene

    Mould can develop anywhere, given the right conditions – even in well-ventilated homes.


    Making the right design choices to protect against graffiti and vandalism

    Graffiti is a common problem in urban areas across the world.


    Light and ventilation goals achieved with AWS products at Canberra’s Wayfarer Apartments

    Several products from Architectural Window Systems (AWS) were specified for the Wayfarer Apartments in Canberra to help meet the developer’s vision for the building.


    Aglo’s bespoke ceiling lighting solution adds grandeur to Crown Perth’s ballroom

    Aglo Systems was once again engaged by leading Australian hotel brand, Crown Group to provide a bespoke lighting system for the Grand Ballroom at their Crown Perth property.


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