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    News Archive for February 2020

    Episode 40: We talk with landscape architects Kate Luckraft and Bianca Pineda about urban designs, gender roles in design & trees

    ASPECT Studios director Kate Luckraft and associate Bianca Pineda share their ideas, views, experiences and thoughts on a range of iconic design projects ASPECT Studios has delivered like One Central Park, Barangaroo South and Quay Quarter in Sydney’s Circular Quay.


    Australia, we need to talk about who governs our city-states

    There are state governments, which are meant to represent the whole of the state but of course are most concerned with the single biggest city (as that’s where most voters live), often neglecting the rest of the state. And there are local governments, none of which has responsibility for more than a small part of the capital city.


    Rothelowman’s subtropical design for new Brisbane mixed use building

    The $200 million mixed-use development proposed for 57 Coronation Drive will offer a world-class residential and lifestyle precinct.


    Women in industry

    As the numbers grow for female’s share in the metric of the Census, women are not only accounting for the growth of architects in the community, but the quality of architecture.


    Future-proofing your bathroom design

    Design experts at Caroma advise homeowners to invest some thought into how the bathroom space may be used in the future as well as now.


    Void filling with Foamex Geofoam

    Geofoam expanded polystyrene blocks from Foamex Group are used as cost-effective void fillers in a broad range of geotechnical applications encompassing civil, construction and landscaping works.


    Bushfire relief: Supporting communities in crisis

    The recent bushfires in many parts of Australia have caused large-scale devastation.


    Tony Owen Partners designs disco rooftop

    The new Disco Volante rooftop bar that sits on top of Nelson House in Sydney’s CBD is designed by Tony Owen Partners.


    Kaunitz Yeung designs Aboriginal health clinics

    Kaunitz Yeung Architecture has designed the Punmu and Parnngurr Aboriginal Health Clinics in the Western Australian Desert, to serve four indigenous communities of the Martu.


    British-Israeli Forensic Architect barred entry to US

    Forensic Architecture founder Eyal Weizman has been blocked from entering the US borders after an algorithm identified him as a security threat.


    Kitchen trends that are here to stay

    Integrated kitchens, sustainable materials and technology transformed the space from being a purely practical one into one that can be utilised as entertainment and encourage well-being.


    People love the idea of 20-minute neighbourhoods. So why isn't it top of the agenda?

    We were heavily involved in the consultation program for Melbourne’s long-term land-use plan, Plan Melbourne. The idea that resonated most with many participants was shaping the city as a series of 20-minute neighbourhoods.


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