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    News Archive for February 2023

    New home design caters to acreage living

    The ABS’ recent report on housing indicates that regional areas have grown in population by 11 percent nationwide in the last decade, which is attributed to cost of living, relaxed lifestyle and larger land lots.


    Harbourside reinvigoration previewed to the public

    Designs for the revamp of the Harbourside Precinct are now on display, following a number of small amendments made to the winning concept created by Snohetta and Hassell.


    Inside the agency crafting Sydney’s third CBD

    City-shaping projects are a cornerstone of architectural design, but shaping a city is an entirely different ball game.


    AIA reveals winners of 2023 Study Tour

    The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) has announced the attendees of the 2023 AIA Dulux Study Tour, which will see the group travel to Helsinki, Lisbon, Zurich and the Venice Biennale in late May this year.


    5 great reasons to love Zip HydroTap instant water taps

    Zip HydroTap offers the complete drinking water solution for your home, with a single tap delivering instant boiling, chilled or ambient filtered water at the touch of a button.


    Combining First Nations design with high performance acoustic solutions: Autex Acoustics x Willie Weston

    As many Australian architects begin to integrate more First Nations art and design into our built environments, they encounter a range of considerations. The ethical procurement of designs and / or products is paramount, as is the foregrounding of First Nations cultures and perspectives. Autex Acoustics has collaborated with profit-for-purpose business Willie Weston to develop a new collection of acoustic panelling featuring stunning designs by First Nations artists.


    Should private schools share their facilities with public students?

    There is a new push for private schools to open their grounds and facilities to the broader community. North Sydney mayor Zoe Baker, wants to ask top private schools in her area to share their green spaces and other facilities.


    UNStudio and Cox Architecture-designed apartment sale smashes Melbourne property records

    STH BNK by Beulah has hit a major milestone in its lead up to completion, breaking Melbourne’s record for the most expensive apartment sale at $38 million for its 75th floor sub-penthouse.


    Preventing leaks from screws in the roof

    Under enough pressure, water can leak through almost anything, but if screws are placed in the correct position where water does not pool, there should be no leakage issues in roofing.


    Cosentino statement on Silestone

    Cosentino is passionate about its corporate responsibility and remains absolutely committed towards the health of those who work with its products.


    Efaflex high speed doors installed at BHP mine site

    DMF International supervised the recent installation of their Efaflex high speed doors at one of BHP’s large mine sites in central Australia.


    Episode 145: Tim Phillips, MD of Tilt Industrial Design on the link between sustainability and industrial design

    As the owner of Tilt Industrial Design, Tim explains how industrial design not only has become an important component of modern architecture, but also how it influences sustainability across the entire built environment.


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