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    News Archive for February 2019

    Waterloo declared an “experiment in overdevelopment”

    The City of Sydney has slammed the NSW Government’s plan to triple the number of dwellings in Waterloo and has called a meeting to discuss the suburb’s future.


    Architectus and Six Degrees appointed to design new TAFE

    Victorian architects Architectus and Six Degrees have been officially appointed to design the $60 million redevelopment of Bendigo TAFE’s Bendigo city campus.


    A2K’s Matthew Sheales on all things content

    Content not only provides the geometry that represents the object, it is also the container that holds the ‘I’ (or information) in BIM.


    Australian governments should follow the ACT's lead in building communities, not prisons

    Justice reinvestment seeks to reduce the number of people in prison by investing money that would have been spent on prisons in early intervention, prevention and diversion.


    Ametalin FireSark multipurpose building membrane with compliant fire performance

    Ametalin introduces FireSark, a brand new Australian made, multipurpose building membrane designed for applications that demand extra fire performance.


    Victorian Legal Aid office rooftop repurposed with Outdure solutions

    Decking, tiling and framing products from Outdure were used to repurpose the rooftop space at the Victorian Legal Aid office in Melbourne.


    New Miele WT1 washer dryers for the ultimate in convenience, efficiency and style

    Miele Australia has introduced a new range of washer dryers that combine excellent function with great convenience, efficiency and style.


    Australian expertise driving China’s sustainable cities program

    Australian experts from the CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) have contributed to the guidelines released by the United Nations for the development of sustainable cities and communities in China.


    High speed doors saving energy in cold storage environments

    Rapid roll high speed doors, available from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC), are increasingly replacing traditional heavy insulated doors in cold storage environments.


    World Architecture Festival Awards open for 2019

    Entries are now open for this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards.


    SJB wins Frame Award for Cleveland Rooftop

    SJB’s Cleveland Rooftop has won the jury vote in the Large Apartment of the Year category at the global interior architecture and design Frame Awards.


    NSW Government set to restore heritage-listed convict estate

    According to the NSW Government, its recent acquisition of the State Heritage-listed Hadley Park Estate has ensured an important part of Western Sydney history will be protected, preserved and eventually opened up to the public.


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