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    News Archive for March 2024

    Seidler-designed religious building fails to gain heritage listing

    Harry Seidler’s only religious building, Bondi’s Yeshiva College, could be the subject of redevelopment in the coming years, after the Independent Planning Commission came to a decision that the synagogue should not be heritage listed.

    Rothelowman’s The Briscoe: Redefining the ‘Australian dream’

    While build-to-rent remains in its primitive stage within the Australian built environment, the concept is not unfamiliar to Rothelowman. In fact, the practice's understanding of the housing model is quite the opposite.

    A look at Co.Op Studio’s design response for new Port Macquarie pool

    Co.Op Studio’s designs for Port Macquarie Hastings Council’s new aquatic facility is poised to enhance the practice’s sport and recreation portfolio, with the plans submitted to the Northern Regional Planning Panel for approval.

    If you’ve got a dark roof, you’re spending almost $700 extra a year to keep your house cool

    If you visit southern Greece or Tunisia, you might notice lots of white rooftops and white buildings to reflect the intense heat and keep residents cooler.

    Plans lodged for MHNDU-designed boutique residential development at $51 million Bondi Beach site

    Central Element has lodged a development application for a boutique project of seven ultra-luxury three-bedroom residences located at an exclusive site overlooking Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach.

    10 best cladding ideas to transform your shed

    Cladding is a layering material which is placed over the top of a building’s exterior to provide thermal insulation and weather protection.

    ARC’s expertise helps accomplish copper re-roofing of National Library of Australia

    In close consultation with Manteena Commercial (the Principal Contractor), and GHDWoodhead (Project Architects), ARC provided a vast amount of knowledge towards the successful re-roofing of this landmark building.

    Space showcase – doq 89 co-working office in Sydney

    The combination of warm wood and dark metal resulted in a modern, sleek-looking office that is both welcoming and elegant.

    Lo Scoglio: Byron’s ancestral-inspired wellness estate

    Lo Scoglio, the brainchild of Angelica and Charlie Arnott, is a wellness haven located in the epicentre of the Byron Hinterland. Sat on a two acre block, the reinvigorated four bedroom farmhouse and one bedroom studio spare no expense in the quest to find uninterrupted sanctuary.

    Third.i continues affinity with builder for Potts Point project

    Third.i has confirmed that Dilcara has won the construction tender to build its Potts Point project, Muse, designed by WMK Architecture and Mathieson Architects.

    Largest mosque on the continent hosts Interfaith Iftar Dinner

    Australia’s largest mosque, Baitul Huda at Marsden Park, has held a dinner this week with political leaders, religious figures from diverse backgrounds, and members of the public during the holy month of Ramadan, in the wake of the cancellation of Premier Iftar dinners across New South Wales and Victoria.

    Japanese practice announced as 2024 Rothwell Chair

    Momoyo Kaijima, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Yoichi Tamai of Japanese practice Atelier Bow-Wow have been announced as the University of Sydney’s 2024 Rothwell Chair in Architectural Design Leadership at the institution’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning.

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