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    News Archive for June 2023

    GHD AI branch to accelerate client innovation

    GHD Digital, the digital transformation business of the wider GHD group, has launched its Artificial Intelligence (AI) Centre of Excellence (CoE), designed to harness the full potential of the technology and capitalise on extensive research within the sector.

    Golden Age confirms construction company for second Glen Waverley offering

    Golden Age Group has confirmed that construction has commenced on its second Glen Waverley offering, the Rothelowman-designed Floret.

    NSW housing projections lower than first indicated

    NSW Government estimates indicate that the number of new homes to be built in Greater Sydney in the next five years is currently at 128,450, well under the required targets given the current housing crisis.

    Architecture & Design’s Top 10 articles for June

    We’re at the halfway mark everybody, but there’s no sign of slowing down.

    Jervois Apartments by Artifact Property & Monk Mackenzie

    Situated on one of Auckland’s main arterial routes, between the suburbs and the central city, the Jervois Apartments represents a housing model that fits within the city’s overall shift towards increased density and more cosmopolitan living.

    Outer suburbs’ housing cost advantage vanishes when you add in transport

    When we talk about transport, it’s usually about time spent commuting and not the out-of-pocket costs. While housing is typically the biggest household cost, spending on transport is the second- or third-largest cost – and these costs are inextricably linked.

    Time is of the essence! Sustainability Awards entries extended

    Showcasing the best in sustainable, environmentally-conscious design, the Sustainability Awards centres around the mantra of designing for a better future.

    Editor's Choice: What does it take to impress our Editor?

    Last year’s Editor’s Choice award saw NBRS and Donovan Payne Architects’ Bay Pavilions Arts + Aquatic (pictured top) centre named the inaugural winner of the category.

    Week 26/23: What I like about being an architect / What I hate about being an architect / Christopher Alexander, architect’s non-architect / Glad she’s gone / Bookends: Patterns / Signs off: Gladys axed

    The 10% inspiration / inspiring clients / challenging briefs (they’re related) / yellow trace truth / being on site, any site / structural engineers / my open-ended architectural education / architectural teaching / giving lectures to the young and enthusiastic / L+E court hearings we win, 25 off / ticking off invoices.

    Room for Aussie optimism as EIU’s Global Liveability Index hits 15-year high

    As the world comes out of the pandemic, healthcare has made maximum gains in the latest edition of EIU’s Global Liveability Index, which is also the highest in 15 years.

    Concrete and timber palette infuses warmth throughout Northern Rivers home

    Blending the elements of locally sourced Geostone polished concrete, American oak timber and soft furnishings seamlessly, the warmth of this project flows effortlessly throughout the home.

    AIA says more to be done regarding NSW Government housing proposal

    The Australian Institute of Architects’ NSW Chapter has endorsed the state government’s plan to deliver an increase in affordable housing, but is opposed to the fixed 15-year tenure of the affordable housing provision.

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