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Havwoods introduces a new range of European-made cladding panels perfect for creating realistic faux brick feature walls without using skilled labour.
From over 121 entries, 48 finalists have been selected for the Vivid Design Awards. Finalists have been selected across categories including Furniture Design, Lighting Design, Object Design and Concept Design.
The designs for Melbourne’s five new underground stations for the Metro Tunnel, due to open in 2025, have been revealed by Victoria’s minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan.
As the executive director of the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC), Suzanne Toumbourou says that sustainability and quality in the built environment are synonymous with each other and need to be incorporated holistically. Thankfully, her view is slowly but surely also now the view of the majority of people in the industry.
With May behind us, let’s take a look at the top 10 stories covered throughout the month. Click on the title to read the full story, and let us know which ones were your favourites – or what else we should have covered.
Governments are concerned about the housing affordability “crisis” to varying extents, but it’s probably fair to say that we have not seen many effective solutions so far. That’s a result of the complexity of both understanding and solving the problem.
For 35 years, Ricky Richards (Sales) has been in the business of supplying industrial and commercial textiles across Australia.
Deakin University will work with wind energy solution provider, Vestas, to improve the compressive strength of carbon fibre composite materials for wind turbines.
If we want to create world-class school environments, we need to experience their inner workings in a more hands on way. Seeing and experiencing the struggles that learning environments place on real-world learning is invaluable – and there is a whole lot more that can be done to alleviate them.
The Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS) and Landcom have joined forces in a bid to further drive positive change for sustainability across the property and construction sectors.
Tonsley Main Assembly Building and Pods, part of an urban redevelopment in Adelaide, is one of 15 projects on exhibition in the Australian Pavilion at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, where the focus is on urban repair through design.
Tilt Industrial Design supplied a series of bi-folding screens for the Stokehouse restaurant in St Kilda, Melbourne.