Talking Architecture & Design Podcast (Episode: 56) - Combining her passions for design, innovation, and technology, Nicci’s vision for the future is a positive one, and in this episode, she talks about how technology, data, automation, and AI are all combining to play an ever-increasing role in influencing sustainability in the built environment. Listen Now
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    News Archive for October 2018

    New ArmourCab in three native species for timber cabinetry and joinery

    Big River Group introduces ArmourCab, a smart new engineered wood product designed specifically for cabinetry and joinery applications.


    Havwoods timber flooring integral to The White Company’s retail store design

    Havwoods timber flooring is an important element of the retail store design in place across The White Company’s network in the UK.


    ATDC’s shopfront closures secure multiple speciality stores at Westfield Coomera

    Several types of shopfront closures by The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) were installed at the recently opened redevelopment to Westfield Coomera near QLD’s Gold Coast.


    Fairview’s natural stone cladding achieves modern frontage for Bondi Junction building

    Vitrastone, a natural stone cladding system from Fairview was specified to help achieve a modern frontage on a mixed use development located in Bondi Junction, Sydney.


    Timber adds warmth, colour and texture to Yarra House apartments

    Located on Yarra Street, it is the closest building to the river and takes design inspiration from the river.


    Here's how to design cities where people and nature can both flourish

    Despite government commitments to green urban areas, vegetation cover in cities continues to decline. A recent report found that greening efforts of most of our metropolitan local governments are actually going backwards.


    A world without traffic lights and speeding tickets?

    Driverless car technology is a developing field but researchers are already exploring the immense benefits it can deliver in a connected world.


    Keeping migrants out no solution to big city congestion

    A new population policy to be introduced shortly by the Federal Government may force migrants to live outside major cities in Australia.


    Suburban Sydney struggles for public transport

    A new report by Infrastructure Australia exposes the inadequacies in public transport networks across major Australian cities, especially in the suburban areas.


    Vote for Weathertex in Top Trusted Brands Survey 2018

    Weathertex has been nominated for Architecture & Design's Top Trusted Brands Survey 2018.


    Aveo Norwest at Sydney's Northwest Business Park

    Aveo Norwest at Sydney’s Norwest Business Park ‘Circa’ precinct is a multi-residential development that delivers high levels of amenity, social, and environmental sustainability within an innovative design and build.


    Australian residential building faces tough times

    The Australian residential building industry is seeing tougher conditions, according to the most recent National Survey of Building and Construction.


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