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    News Archive for August 2018

    RMIT and Sibling Architecture event to explore homes of the future

    RMIT Design Hub presents New Agency: Owning Your Future, a live research project and exhibition by Sibling Architecture focused on the link between ageing and the design of our future homes.

    Marked floors at peak sports and spine centre make exercise easy

    At Peak Sports and Spine Centre in Brisbane, the focus is on relieving and managing pain to make achieving exercise goals as easy as possible.

    Neoflex Rubber Flooring used in Brisbane International Terminal expansion

    After a long flight, walking through the airport is often the last thing that you want to do. Echoing sound, dull colours, and a floor surface that is difficult to drag stubborn suitcases along all make for an unpleasant environment at the end of a journey.

    Red Lynch Central Sports Stadium: Kicking goals 7 years on

    Seven years after its completion in 2010, Red Lynch Central Sports Stadium in Cairns continues to perform as well as it did on opening day. The premium class training and competition facility remains the top destination for local futsal, netball, floorball, and pickleball players of all ages and skill levels.

    Top 10 articles for August: From liquid batteries to a school with no classrooms

    With August 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.

    Another win for Neoflex REPtiles with Palmeiras Training Facility

    When it comes to football, Brazil’s Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras are amongst the elite. With 13 major titles, including 4 national cups, under their belt and an estimated value of approximately $US 500 million, it’s only fitting that the best of the best have a top-of-the-line training facility.

    Amanda Levete & the increasing importance of our public spaces

    One of Europe’s best architects and leading thinkers on the creation of public spaces is visiting Sydney this week to share her experience in designing international award-winning public places.

    Construction sector looking very healthy says CoreLogic report

    Australia’s construction industry enjoyed an improved performance in July, with the pipeline of new projects currently sitting above the five year average, a healthy quarterly trend of new projects moving into construction, and the estimated construction value of active projects up 19 percent year on year according to the latest CoreLogic Cordell Construction Monthly, released today.

    Get the Electro® look with Dulux Powders

    Explore the Dulux World of Colour® and discover Electro, a range of unique anodised look finishes which have been cleverly designed to subtly change in appearance as light conditions alter during the day.

    Spills and City Deals: what Turnbull's urban policy has achieved, and where we go from here

    In his farewell speech last week, Turnbull referred to City Deals as a “real innovation” in the way the three levels of government now engage in planning and managing our cities.

    ECOBUS natural ventilation system installed at landmark Corso project

    The ECOBUS natural ventilation system from EBSA Pty Ltd was selected for The Corso project by PDT Architects.

    Full program announced for inaugural 10-day SCCI Architecture Hub 2018

    Keynotes, talks, panels, films and tours will contribute to a vibrant platform of events at the inaugural SCCI Architecture Hub 2018 being held in Paddington, NSW in October.

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