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Somfy has listed three factors to consider when selecting window coverings for your home office.
In order to create an uplifting environment for Whitman-Walker, an HIV healthcare provider in Washington D.C., inspiration was taken from the Woven Image colour palette.
Shallow mount bollards from Leda Security Products are specifically designed for installation in areas that present challenges.
The fifth edition of DESIGN Canberra Festival will celebrate the Australian capital city’s image as a ‘global city of design’.
New jobs and affordable housing for thousands are just some of the anticipated benefits of the proposed multibillion-dollar Arden Masterplan, a major urban renewal project for this Melbourne neighbourhood.
The world’s leading architecture firms convened at the Future Cities Symposium to reveal their shortlisted designs for the $2 billion Southbank site in Melbourne.
As the global construction industry sharpens its focus on sustainability, there is growing recognition that sustainable products in isolation are not a sufficient response to climate-related issues. Consequently, designers and specifiers are now exploring construction methodologies and systems that allow for a holistic approach to tackling climate change.
With July 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.
Educators at Western Australia’s Hale School enlisted architects SITE to help translate new pedagogy into a reimagined Junior School.
Practicality and aesthetics are two major considerations that must be balanced when designing healthy, hygienic bathrooms, particularly in high traffic commercial environments. With their new whitepaper, Balancing style & functionality: Key considerations for specifying commercial bathrooms, stainless steel bathroom fixture experts Britex set out best practice for specifying urinals for maximum hygiene.
While new technology might make our cities safer and potentially more user-friendly, we can’t work off a blind faith in technology which, without proper design, can break down and leave a city full of environmental waste.
Galvin Engineering worked with Woolacotts Consulting Engineers to determine and supply tapware solutions for various areas in the Westmead Hospital Infill Project (NSW).