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    News Archive for March 2021

    Australia is at a crossroads in the global hydrogen race – and one path looks risky

    There’s great excitement about Australia potentially producing hydrogen as a clean fuel at large scale, for export to countries such as Germany, Japan and South Korea.

    La Trobe students to call timber project home

    Multiplex has completed a student accommodation project for La Trobe University, that doubles as the largest mass timber project in Victoria.

    Four winners chosen in Helsinki Energy Challenge

    The Helsinki Energy Challenge has given the architecture industry an opportunity to overhaul the way the city operates, in an attempt to lead the way as a sustainable city with a new, environmentally friendly urban heating system.

    Sydney’s bold plan to go green goes public

    The City of Sydney has announced plans to cover 40% of the city in greenery in 2050, in line with its Greening Sydney 2012 and 2030 strategies.

    Sunshine sparkles as the centre of west Melbourne

    Despite its history in Australian film and television as the rundown, bogan suburb in The Castle and Kath & Kim, Sunshine is the centre of major urban development by various property developers.

    Construction begins on Parramatta Aquatic Leisure Centre

    Parramatta’s $88.6 million aquatic and leisure centre is officially under construction with Lipman being appointed as the builder for the project.

    Kingspan products create high performing building envelope for shopping centre

    Roof and wall products from Kingspan Insulated Panels were used to create an efficient and high performing building envelope for Macarthur Square Shopping Centre.

    12 new stone look designs added to Korlok rigid core collection

    Karndean Designflooring announces the addition of 12 new stone designs to their popular Korlok rigid core flooring range.

    WA Build-to-Rent project gets approval

    Sentinel’s Scarborough project is a 17,221-square-metre mixed use development on the corner of West Coast Highway and Manning Street.

    New Central Piazza gives former Pentridge Prison grounds a fresh start

    A new Central Piazza designed by ASPECT Studios at the former Pentridge Prison grounds builds on the history of the controversial place while creating an opportunity for new beginnings.

    Public square design connects coastal city’s medieval past with modern times

    The Poljana Square in Šibenik, Croatia is an integrated urban, social and infrastructural space designed to connect the city’s medieval past with the modern present.

    Bondor products help architect realise vision of sustainable ‘off the grid’ home

    Architect Matt Riley wanted to design a sustainable ‘off the grid’ home for his growing family of six on a 25-acre property at Cedar Creek in the picturesque Samford Valley west of Brisbane.

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