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    Sydney ranks highly in Q1 Global Rental Index
    Sydney ranks highly in Q1 Global Rental Index

    Knight Frank has released its first edition of the Prime Global Rental Index for 2022, with Sydney the only Australian city to rank in the top 10.


    Podia invigorates Byron with The Barbotine
    Podia invigorates Byron with The Barbotine

    Podia has unveiled its vision for The Barbotine in Byron Bay, a new hotel-apartment development designed by Richards & Spence.


    Acoustic louvres create relaxing space for Virgin Lounge members at Gold Coast Airport
    Acoustic louvres create relaxing space for Virgin Lounge members at Gold Coast Airport

    Acoustic louvre windows from Safetyline Jalousie were installed in the Virgin Lounge at Gold Coast International Airport, QLD to create a relaxing space for members.


    Andrew N. Liveris Building gets top gong at 2022 AIA QLD Architecture Awards
    Andrew N. Liveris Building gets top gong at 2022 AIA QLD Architecture Awards

    The Andrew N. Liveris Building by Lyons and m3architecture won the Queensland Medallion, the highest honour bestowed at the Queensland Architecture Awards.


    Australian cities fall down liveability index rankings
    Australian cities fall down liveability index rankings

    Covid-related complications have seen Australia’s cities plummet in the global liveability rankings, with Melbourne the highest rated city coming in at 10th.


    Ensuring NCC 2022 compliant tapware in your projects
    Ensuring NCC 2022 compliant tapware in your projects

    There are big changes coming with the new NCC 2022. And one of them will impact every new commercial build project in Australia.


    National regulator in the works for embodied carbon
    National regulator in the works for embodied carbon

    A number of construction industry bodies are currently assisting the federal government in developing frameworks for measuring, certifying, and benchmarking emissions from construction and building materials, in a bid to reduce embodied carbon.


    Home automation course launched for Architects and Interior Designers
    Home automation course launched for Architects and Interior Designers

    The home automation industry's only certifying body, CEDIA, has launched a new professional development course for architects and building designers, designed to educate them so they are in the best position to address their clients’ smart home technology and lifestyle needs. Architects who complete the course also receive one formal CPD point.


    Q&A with Troy Creighton from Stormtech
    Q&A with Troy Creighton from Stormtech

    Sustainability has long been a core value for Stormtech, but with each passing year, it’s one they entrench further within their business, and their ethos as an organisation. We sit down with Troy Crighton, Stormtech CEO, to talk all things sustainability.


    Connection and Grace wins award for Fender Katsalidis
    Connection and Grace wins award for Fender Katsalidis

    Fender Katsalidis’ The Grace project has been recognised by the Retirement Living Council as the nation’s Best Retirement Living Development created in the last 12 months, taking out the FMSA Architecture Award at the National Retirement Living Awards.


    Architects wanted for Powerhouse design competition
    Architects wanted for Powerhouse design competition

    The NSW Government has launched a design competition for the renewal of the Powerhouse Ultimo, which will see the iconic building reinvigorated with a $500 million investment.


    How anodised aluminium grates offer long-term peace of mind
    How anodised aluminium grates offer long-term peace of mind

    Anodised aluminium grates from Lauxes Grates are designed and manufactured to suit both indoor and outdoor installations.


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