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    News Archive for November 2021

    How COVID is transforming the property sector

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant influence on where we work. It has caused much uncertainty about the future workspace conditions as organisations try to deal with the problem of abundant space. But it has also given us a chance to rethink and rework our workplace environment.


    Rebrand marks new chapter for Studio Johnston

    Sydney-based Fox Johnston has undergone a transformation of its own, rebranding itself as Studio Johnston, with Conrad Johnston leading the practice into a new era.


    SJB releases luxury living with three new Brighton penthouses

    A trio of opulent Brighton penthouses are soon to hit the market with the tag of being the most opulent penthouses to be released within the coastal Melbourne suburb.


    INDE.Awards officially opens entries for 2022

    Get ready to shine a light on outstanding design from right across the Indo-Pacific.


    Electric cars alone won’t save the planet

    At the COP26 climate summit, world politicians patted themselves on their backs for coming to a last-minute agreement. Humanity now waits with bated breath to see if countries implement the commitments they made, and if those commitments help the planet.


    Tigers take a punt on proposed facility

    The Richmond Football Club have revealed the designs of a $65 million redevelopment of its spiritual home, Punt Road Oval, that will cement the club’s future at the base for generations to come.


    Tone on Tuesday 102: In memory of Philip Abram, architect and coalescer of small practices

    After a short hibernation, there can be no better way for Tone on Tuesday to return than to commemorate the life and work of architect Philip Abram. Like so many in a small practice his work was exemplary but largely unknown. But like so few he found a way to bind those myriad small practices together for the better.


    New security shutters make an impact in Sydney’s commercial market

    The new Series 2 security shutters from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) have made a very successful debut in the Sydney commercial market.


    Episode 96: Harold Perks on the shift to Build-to-Rent models of residential design

    Harold Perks is Director with Hames Sharley and has been a part of the practice for over a decade.


    How does Supawood package and deliver their panels?

    We know that a completely seamless and professional service lies not only in the product itself, but also in the way it is delivered, and how it can make the clients’ job easier and stress free.


    Total solutions in fibre cement for your build

    We are constantly expanding our Innova™ division, supplying external cladding systems including the Innova range, external façades, interior lining and flooring products.


    Tasmanian Oak provides perfect contrast to limestone in stunning Toorak home

    Specified for its beauty, locality and certification, Reclaimed Tasmanian Oak was used inside in beautiful contrast to the home’s namesake limestone material in this stunning Toorak home.


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