My shortlist (0 item)

    News

    Cox Architecture & UNSW develop new remote working suite
    Cox Architecture & UNSW develop new remote working suite

    With the limited options available within the architecture industry for remote collaboration, architects and designers are finding it difficult to transition to a remote set-up.


    Studios in China reopen
    Studios in China reopen

    As China recorded its first day with no new coronavirus cases, architecture and design studios in the country have said they are gradually returning to normality.


    Emergency architecture responds to crises
    Emergency architecture responds to crises

    The COVID-19 pandemic has shown yet again how designers are needed to reimagine emergency shelters.


    Are resilient, self-sufficient communities the answer to global pandemics?
    Are resilient, self-sufficient communities the answer to global pandemics?

    Australia, similar to many other countries, is adopting unprecedented social distancing measures including requiring residents to live and work at home, and shop or exercise within their own neighbourhoods.


    Episode 43: Caroma's Dr. Peter Sweatman talks toilet design, water usage, automation and why toilet paper is on the way out
    Episode 43: Caroma's Dr. Peter Sweatman talks toilet design, water usage, automation and why toilet paper is on the way out

    Dr Peter Sweatman graduated with first class honours in Industrial Design from the University of Canberra Peter started work with Caroma R&D on research to launch the first generation of Smart Flush toilets to the market and is currently completing a PhD in user centred bathroom design for older people at UNSW Built Environment.


    New prefab prototype to drive tiny home movement in Geelong
    New prefab prototype to drive tiny home movement in Geelong

    A new prefabricated prototype developed by a Deakin University-led collaboration is expected to make a big impact on the ‘tiny home’ housing segment in Geelong and beyond.


    How Green Star buildings deliver substantial returns
    How Green Star buildings deliver substantial returns

    Significantly reduced energy and water consumption, higher sale price, lower vacancy rate, better ROI... these are just a few of the many benefits of a Green Star building.


    Coronavirus causes Australia's home-improvement frenzy
    Coronavirus causes Australia's home-improvement frenzy

    Australia is in the midst of a home-improvement frenzy, with the number of people undertaking major home renovations hitting an all-time high.


    Germany’s translucent polycarbonate cladding
    Germany’s translucent polycarbonate cladding

    Translucent polycarbonate panels encase the concrete and timber laboratory at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, by Behnisch Architekten.


    David Childs’ redesigned Chicago Spire site
    David Childs’ redesigned Chicago Spire site

    David Childs has updated the design of a pair of towers proposed to occupy the site of Santiago Calatrava’s Chicago Spire.


    When architecture can fight loneliness
    When architecture can fight loneliness

    Bubble Design Competitions has unveiled the winners of their inaugural international competition, challenging teams to “Eliminate Loneliness Through Design.”


    Ed.Square awarded a 6 Star Green Star Communities rating
    Ed.Square awarded a 6 Star Green Star Communities rating

    Ed.Square, Frasers Property Australia’s community in south west Sydney, has achieved a 6 Star Green Star Communities rating from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA).


    Back to Top