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Australian property developer Central Element, French architect Nicolas Laisne and Rotunno Justman Architectes have been shortlisted for the #C40ReinventingCities Design Competition, for their joint submission to transform The Falls Carpark in Auckland.
Fusing the best in commercial design with the latest in technology and networking systems, FRONT has closed one chapter for this industry, and turned the page on something far more significant.
An architecture firm’s proposal for a memorial at Grenfell Tower in London has been described by Kensington MP Emma Dent Coad as ‘macabre’ and ‘misery porn’.
This week's international snapshot features details on the Genoa bridge collapse, the re-introduction of asbestos into US manufacturing and the chosen design for the Sandy Hook memorial.
Entries to the 2018 Sustainability Awards are closing this Saturday – don’t forget to complete your submission!
Australia’s annual architecture commission and cultural laboratory, MPavilion, has been extended a further two seasons to 2020/21 and 2021/22.
The Queensland Government's $1.8 billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) has become the largest public healthcare facility in Australia to achieve the building industry's highest honour with a 6 Star Green Star Healthcare v1 Design and As-Built rating.
Now with the inaugural FRONT show over, the real value and impact of this unique event is being felt across the industry.
NSW Fair Trading has announced a ban on aluminium cladding in New South Wales to prevent the occurrence of a Grenfell Tower-like fire.
The new Hibernian Place incorporating the five-star Westin hotel along with a thoughtfully curated mix of hospitality operators is the latest ‘urban oasis’ for Perth residents.
After a six-month global search, Beulah International has announced UNStudio and Cox Architecture’s Green Spine as the winning design for the Southbank by Beulah competition.
With around one in three Australian homes containing asbestos, and the rates of mesothelioma in Australia yet to peak due to the third wave of asbestos exposure, the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency has conducted research to identify factors that would make home owners more likely to remove asbestos in the future.