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    New plan revealed for Sydney’s inner-west
    New plan revealed for Sydney’s inner-west

    A revised draft plan has been released for Rhodes in Sydney’s inner-west, including more public open space, a site for a new local school, greater pedestrian access and more jobs in the area.


    UNSW to get new health facility in Randwick
    UNSW to get new health facility in Randwick

    A new hub for multi-disciplinary medical, education, training and research will be established at the Randwick Hospital Campus under a new partnership between UNSW Sydney and the NSW Government.


    Hayball designs James Bond-inspired apartments in South Melbourne
    Hayball designs James Bond-inspired apartments in South Melbourne

    Designs for a new residential apartment project inspired by a Phuket island featured in a James Bond movie, were recently revealed by Australian architecture practice, Hayball.


    Is climate change taking Earth 50M years backwards?
    Is climate change taking Earth 50M years backwards?

    A new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison reveals that the Earth is moving into a future that closely resembles conditions existing about 50 million years ago on the planet.


    Cox Architecture to design WA performing arts centre
    Cox Architecture to design WA performing arts centre

    Cox Architecture is leading the design of a new performing arts centre for Melville Senior High School in Perth.


    Architects design rare Modernist homes for Yarra Boulevard
    Architects design rare Modernist homes for Yarra Boulevard

    Three Australian architecture and design firms have come together to design rare Modernist homes atop the Yarra Boulevard escarpment in Kew’s Studley Park precinct.


    New Large-Scale Solar Energy Guideline for NSW
    New Large-Scale Solar Energy Guideline for NSW

    The NSW Government has released the new NSW Large-Scale Solar Energy Guideline to inform and guide applicants and the community through the assessment process for state significant solar farm proposals.


    UNSW heralds in the era of talking buildings
    UNSW heralds in the era of talking buildings

    An Australian company, using a wireless solution developed by UNSW, is rolling out technology across the country that allows buildings to monitor themselves and report problems autonomously – and even talk to your smartphone.


    AIA vows to protect architecture from ‘pretenders’
    AIA vows to protect architecture from ‘pretenders’

    The Australian Institution of Architects (AIA) has praised the decision of the Brisbane Magistrates Court to penalise a Queensland building designer for ‘holding out’ as an architect.


    NSW considers morning and afternoon schools to ease traffic peaks
    NSW considers morning and afternoon schools to ease traffic peaks

    The New South Wales Government is considering the idea of trialling ‘morning and afternoon schools’ to reduce peak traffic problems.


    BVN in the running for world's best tall building
    BVN in the running for world's best tall building

    A BVN-designed residential tower in Waterloo is in the running for “Best Tall Building Worldwide” in the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) 2019 awards.


    North Wilton rezoned for more houses, green space and a lake
    North Wilton rezoned for more houses, green space and a lake

    A lakeside community, greater choice in housing and thousands of jobs close to home underpin the final strategy for North Wilton, according to the NSW government.


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