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    News Archive for January 2022

    Stylish Functionality: Achieve Ergonomic Elegance with AVENTOS Lift Systems

    Choosing the right cabinet application for your kitchen, bathroom or living area designs can transform functionality around the home. Products such as Blum’s AVENTOS lift systems not only provide increased functionality but also gives architects and designers the ability to utilise quality hardware that complements their designs as well as meeting today’s design trends.


    TAFE NSW, Stylecraft announce First Nations Interior Design Scholarship

    TAFE NSW and Stylecraft have teamed up to launch a new First Nations scholarship for budding interior designers.


    The latest trends in exterior colour schemes: 5 beautiful base colours for modern home exteriors

    Over the last decade, the most common colour scheme for the exterior of a house has become blue-grey. The majority of house exteriors will have three base colours which are used to complement and define the features of the house.


    A dozen new appointments for Plus Architecture

    Embarking on its 25th year as a practice, Plus Architecture has announced 12 new senior appointments across its Australia and New Zealand studios to cap off 2022.


    Hearts, cells and mud: how biology helps humans re-imagine our cities in vexed times

    Biological metaphors for the city abound in daily use. You may live close to an “arterial” road or in the “heart” of a metropolis. You may work in one of the city’s “nerve centres” or exercise in a park described as the city’s “lungs”.


    Architecture & Design’s Top 10 articles for January

    While many of us have certainly been slow out of the blocks in terms of getting back into the swing of things, the built environment news cycle has done the complete opposite.


    New pedestrian bridge to be delivered with Cross River Rail project

    Construction will begin next month on a new 480-metre cable-stayed bridge for pedestrians and cyclists in South Brisbane, as part of the river city’s $4.5 billion Cross River Rail project.


    Hames Sharley finds a place in World Architecture 100 for 2022

    One of only three Australian practices in the WA100, Hames Sharley was ranked 94th, with the list also featuring several of their projects completed in the last two years.


    New webinar on life cycle assessment

    WoodSolutions presents a webinar by Melissa Gaspari, Lead Consultant Sustainability at Aurecon on life cycle assessment (LCA).


    Urban green spaces can boost Britain’s fresh food production: Study

    Britain can grow enough fresh fruits and vegetables to feed their local population, reveals a study by researchers at Lancaster University.


    Finding the right gutter guard installer

    A quality gutter guard installer understands how guttering systems work and can see where potential problems may occur rather than leaving them for the owner to discover later.


    ALUSION cladding delivers futuristic edge to refurbished Flinders Lane office

    The Cannons House refurbishment by the creative team at NH Architecture has transformed the original 1980s building into a contemporary office that stands out on the streetscape of Flinders Lane, Melbourne.


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