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    News Archive for August 2021

    The Kooltherm way to achieving a 7 Star energy rated home – cost-effectively

    Improving the energy efficiencies of new homes can result in significant benefits including lower energy bills, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, less reliance on the energy grid and a healthier, more comfortable home for building occupants.

    Tribe Studio Architects designs coastal home for anywhere

    Tribe Studio Architects’ latest residential project is a city sanctuary located in Bundeena, south of Sydney.

    Bushfire survivors just won a crucial case against the NSW environmental watchdog, putting other states on notice

    This week was another big one in the land of climate litigation.

    Social housing situation likened to a ‘timebomb’

    A report released yesterday by Compass Housing Services has outlined the dire situation regarding Australia’s social housing, with nearly 200,000 homes needed by 2031.

    ICC makes 40 recommendations for new Sydney airport site

    The NSW Government has welcomed a report from the Independent Community Commissioner (ICC) for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis which outlines 40 recommendations to better support local landowners.

    Made in Australia QUATTRO stages - the preferred choice for fitness clubs

    Community centres and health clubs are increasingly using portable stages to make sure their patrons have the opportunity to keep fit while having adequate sightlines to their instructors.

    HIGA’s Stanley Lane Lofts – Sydney’s latest 15-minute city idea

    Part of HIGA’s $80m East Sydney Collection boutique development, Stanley Lane Lofts is situated in a leafy neighbourhood on the eastern edge of Hyde Park, and is the perfect example of the 15-minute city.

    Coastal Court prepared suitably for ageing occupants

    Designing a home for a couple that aim for this to be their last, Bower Architecture has created Coastal Court, a dwelling that encourages privacy and a connection to nature that doesn’t require ongoing maintenance.

    POLYLAM baffle ceiling provides a great visual experience at Dutch office

    Sustainability and good design were the guiding principles for the interiors of Dutch company elho’s new administrative office building in Tilburg, Netherlands.

    Tone on Tuesday: Charlie Watts, Graphic Designer

    You would have been living under a rock (and roll) not to know that Charlie Watts, drummer with the Rolling Stones died last week, aged 80.

    Episode 85: Christian Hampson on the application of Indigenous culture into Australia's sustainable building design

    Christian Hampson in 2018 also co-founded Yerrabingin, a visionary start-up that seeks to disrupt conventional approaches to ending Indigenous disadvantage and create intercultural opportunities for future generations to thrive.

    Landscape informs lattice roof design of new Chinese performing arts centre

    A massive cantilevered roof with timber latticework is the highlight of the new Yang Liping Performing Arts Center in the Chinese city of Dali.

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