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We have been actively monitoring and managing risks associated with the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) for our staff, customers and business partners.
The global lockdown caused by the coronavirus has brought the shortcomings and social inequality inherent in modern housing into stark relief. This presents architects with an opportunity to learn some important lessons for their future work. Valentin Bourdon, who is currently completing his thesis at EPFL on the collective aspects of housing, offers his thoughts on this issue.
What would happen if we were able to redesign the homelessness services system so homelessness could be decreased and ultimately ended? Our newly released research report sets out an agenda of practical innovations. If implemented systemically, these changes could radically transform Australia’s response to youth homelessness within a decade.
UNSW associate professor Paul Osmond says buildings and cities need to change after this pandemic and is urging people to soak up nature on balconies, gardens or exercise in parks during COVID-19.
In terms of how her company is finding the new work paradigm at present, Narkiewicz says that “the dynamic pace of change can be challenging but it has highlighted the value of interpersonal interactions and the missed enjoyment of physically working within a team.”
Bricks from PGH Bricks & Pavers played an important role during the construction of a contemporary extension to a pre-war home in Queensland.
It is our intention to put the health and safety of all people first, whilst ensuring that we maintain serviceability and productivity at our manufacturing plants across the country.
Frasers and Dexus is redeveloping Henry Deane Plaza into a large scale mixed-use development.
An outdoor space made more comfortable with a retractable roof will definitely add value to offices and hospitality businesses in many ways.
There are several reasons why the Sydney-based multi-award winning design practice, Turner Studio specifies Hebel wall systems across their projects.
Combining style, function and durability, architectural tile trims from Amark Group are available in a range of profiles and complex shapes as well as designer colours.
The QUATTRO fold and roll portable stage introduced by Select Staging Concepts just seven years ago has achieved great success with thousands of happy clients across Australia.