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    Restoration of historic stained glass at Sydney’s Town Hall
    Restoration of historic stained glass at Sydney’s Town Hall

    The historic stained glass windows of Sydney’s Town Hall building will undergo restoration, ensuring the conservation of an early Australian art style.


    NSW government refuses to fund cladding deal
    NSW government refuses to fund cladding deal

    The NSW government has refused to offer any funding assistance to address the cladding remediation problem in the state.


    Melbourne exhibition to celebrate Robin Boyd’s designs in centenary year
    Melbourne exhibition to celebrate Robin Boyd’s designs in centenary year

    Heide Museum of Modern Art is celebrating the life and work of Robin Boyd, one of Australia’s most renowned architects with a landmark exhibition in Melbourne.


    Market sluggish for Zero Energy Homes despite validation
    Market sluggish for Zero Energy Homes despite validation

    A new study has revealed that Zero Energy Homes continue to have low acceptance amongst buyers despite the obvious comfort and financial gains from living in an energy efficient home.


     John Wardle Architects reveals new design for UTAS campus
    John Wardle Architects reveals new design for UTAS campus

    John Wardle Architects (JWA) has revealed an all-white design for the first building of the University of Tasmania’s (UTAS) new Northern Transformation Project.


    Register now for Front.design 2019
    Register now for Front.design 2019

    The event we’ve all been waiting for – FRONT.design 2019 – is now officially open for registration.


    Venice Architecture Biennale 2020 theme revealed
    Venice Architecture Biennale 2020 theme revealed

    The theme of next year’s Venice Architecture Biennale is “How will we live together?”


    Cladding danger revealed at prominent Sydney buildings
    Cladding danger revealed at prominent Sydney buildings

    Dozens of prominent Sydney buildings have been identified as having combustible cladding, with some requiring full cladding removal.


    New design tool generates adaptive floor plans
    New design tool generates adaptive floor plans

    Swedish companies Wallgren Arkitekter and Box Bygg have come together to develop Finch, a parametric design tool that generates floor plans tailored to the constraints of a site.


    Architects shortlisted to revamp Cottesloe Beach foreshore
    Architects shortlisted to revamp Cottesloe Beach foreshore

    Finalists have been chosen to design a new cultural hub along Cottesloe Beach in Perth.


    NCC set to bolster home energy savings
    NCC set to bolster home energy savings

    The energy efficiency of new homes is set to improve with the nation’s building ministers agreeing to strengthen provisions in the National Construction Code (NCC) for residential buildings.


    Five reasons why architects need to attend FRONT 2019
    Five reasons why architects need to attend FRONT 2019

    Taking place in International Towers’ Tower Three at Barangaroo, 29-30 August, the FRONT commercial design event is one of the most business-oriented and learning-driven events Australia has ever seen. And for architects, it’s a must-attend event like no other.


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