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After an incredibly successful launch in 2020, CPD-Live is back for its first 2021 season, bringing you two full days of dynamic discussions. Coming to a screen near you this 3-4 June 2021, the program is expertly curated for you, featuring insightful topics around the industry’s latest advancements.
While its facade immediately grabs the attention, it's what lies on the inside of the Monarch Sanctuary that is truly spectacular.
The winning entry by an international design team will be used as the masterplan for the redevelopment of Milan’s industrial Porta Romana district.
Despite a fall in activity, loan approvals for first home buyers in February reached levels not seen in a decade, according to Archistar.
A research partnership between Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and the University of Tennessee has led to the development of a quick-setting concrete mix that is expected to reduce manufacturing time in the precast industry.
The NSW Government says that it could accelerate the delivery of up to $4.8 billion annually in economic benefits under a suite of proposed reforms to urban planning rules.
Cumulus Studio and Devil’s Corner are teaming up once again for a significant expansion of the winery’s cellar door.
First Bus’ world-first hydrogen-powered double-decker buses are now fully operational, with engineering consultancy firm HDR | Hurley Palmer Flatt completing work on the Aberdeen vehicle depot.
Infinity by Crown Group and Arc by Crown Group, both designed by Koichi Takada Architects have been shortlisted for the Tall Buildings 100m Category in The Best Tall Buildings in the World Award for 2021.
The Circle Awards aims to spotlight products and services adopting circular practices, and recognise the pioneers contributing to a world without waste.
Paragon, a mixed-use 48-level luxury residential tower in Melbourne’s CBD, will feature the largest vertical solar panel system in all of Australia to outperform other buildings with similar systems.
Social media has gone mad recently for what is titled the ‘Putin House’, a concept drawing (yes, it's not real) created by Russian architect Roman Vlasov.