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    News Archive for January 2021

    Improve your mood and wellbeing with sunlight

    In addition to spending time outdoors, you can enjoy all the goodness of sun at home by bringing the sunshine inside using light filtering window treatments.

    Aussie owned business making public spaces safe and accessible

    While ensuring dignity, independence and accessibility for all, the company has also been supporting the Australian economy through their commitment to local sourcing, local manufacturing and local talent.

    How parcel lockers can help with COVID safety in high-rise apartments

    One aspect of coronavirus management in high-rise apartments is that of managing deliveries safely, which can be accomplished using parcel lockers.

    How can design help alleviate overcrowded emergency departments?

    It is imperative that Emergency Departments are designed to maximise optimal workflow.

    Victoria announces competition for the design of NGV Contemporary

    The Victorian Government and the National Gallery of Victoria have launched a design competition to select an Australian architectural team to design the new purpose-built, twenty-first century gallery, NGV Contemporary.

    Left to ruin: we must preserve our forgotten wartime defences

    Australia built a number of coastal defences to help protect the country from any enemy attack during the second world war. Now, almost 80 years later, some of the physical remnants of those historic facilities lie forgotten and decaying.

    Woods Bagot to design Adelaide’s $400m Market Square redevelopment

    Scheduled to break ground in the second half of 2021, the $400 million Market Square redevelopment will integrate office, residential, and retail spaces alongside a new hotel and an urban terrace – an elevated and vibrant garden retreat in the heart of the city.

    Austin Maynard Architects transforms quaint brick cottage into a multi-level stacked home

    Rough brickwork and a Dutch-gabled facade are all that remain of the original brick cottage, which has now been redesigned and extended into a playful multi-level home for a family of five.

    Breeze block facade on A-frame roof house adds dynamic character

    At the far end of an established residential neighbourhood in the hilly region of Semarang, Indonesia, stands a tall house with a steeply angled A-frame roof.

    1000 La Trobe Street – Melbourne’s latest ‘smart building’

    1000 La Trobe Street will be Melbourne’s next smart building and a true building of the future.

    Spectacular brickwork podium adds warmth to Melbourne’s Ozanam House

    The recent redevelopment by MGS Architects has transformed the building into an integrated homeless resource centre and accommodation facility that also offers health and wellbeing services, all on one site.

    Custom concrete paving enables clubhouse to blend with foreshore setting

    Anston Architectural Products supplied concrete paving in a custom colour for the exterior areas of the South Melbourne Life Saving Club on the Port Phillip foreshore.

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