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    News Archive for April 2023

    Shortage of skilled trades remains acute, say HIA report

    The HIA Trades Report released today provides a quarterly review of the availability of skilled trades and any demand pressures on trades operating in the residential building industry.


    Apartment trends in Australia: What are buyers and renters looking for?

    The residential landscape in Australia is in a transformational churn driven by rising interest rates, demand-supply gaps, affordability, cost of living, and very importantly, the increasing preference for apartment living over detached housing.


    Urban living and nature to become one at Rozelle Village

    Designing both the towers and landscaped spaces of the future Rozelle Village, Scott Carver have endeavoured to create an urban oasis to be utilised for a number of purposes, from work to play to special occasions.


    Wadawurrung Country comes alive on biophilic carpet at Geelong civic HQ

    The design and colours curated for the carpet and upholstery on each level of the Wurriki Nyal building were designed in collaboration with Wadawurrung Traditional Owners, to represent different aspects of Wadawurrung Country.


    Fire-safe ALPOLIC cladding featured on M&M Engineering factory facade

    The recently completed factory complex for M&M Engineering has a clean and stunning finish.


    Mitsubishi ALPOLIC non combustible cladding on Garmin HQ

    When you need your brand to shine, our DtS non-combustible Mitsubishi ALPOLIC NC/A1 cladding is the right solution.


    Woven carpet refreshes renovated restaurant at Eden Sports & Recreation Club

    Eden Sports & Recreation Club required inspiring flooring for their renovated Coast Wok & Grill restaurant to create a spirited environment for their new dining experience.


    Celebrating the future of sustainable design

    As tackling climate change becomes a key priority for governments and individuals around the world, environmental sustainability is at the top of the agenda.


    Electrification of existing buildings: What property managers and architects need to know

    The world is rapidly rethinking energy in the face of climate change and the urgent need to decarbonise. Electrification is critical as we collectively transition to renewable energy and cut out fossil fuels. But where does this leave property managers with portfolios full of older building stock that is still reliant on gas?


    The gateway to Bondi Beach: TZG balances old and new to restore an iconic Sydney site

    Recently nominated for awards in public, heritage and sustainable architecture, this milestone project marks the start of a new era for one of Sydney’s most renowned sites.


    Introducing Melbourne’s most expensive apartment

    The penthouse at the Fender Katsalidis and Cox Architecture-designed Sapphire by the Gardens has sold for a record breaking $39 million, shattering the sale price record for an apartment in the city.


    Architects Assist launched again by AIA

    The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) has announced the re-launch of Architects Assist, which will offer architectural advice and guidance to disaster-stricken communities.


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