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The recently opened Montrose Gymnasium, designed by H2o Architects, offers a much-loved Victorian primary school a space that will benefit both students of the school and the wider community.
A new website that identifies patterns for creating accessible, cool outdoor spaces based on real-world living practices aims to serve as guidance for local councils, planners and developers in addressing the problems of a warming climate.
The NSW Government’s newly proposed Design and Place State Environmental Planning Policy is centred around creating more beautiful buildings, better public spaces and greener suburbs.
The Upside Down Akubra House by Alexander Symes Architect seeks to do things differently and to form an empathetic and nurturing relationship to the big landscapes around the Northern-Central district of NSW.
The Australian Constructors Association (ACA) and Engineers Australia has selected their finalists for the 2021 Australian Construction Achievement Award, with four projects chosen to compete for the top gong.
In a move that demonstrates Stockland’s firm commitment to climate action, the company has brought forward their target to achieve Net Zero Carbon emissions by two years to 2028.
The Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney is hosting a unique exhibition curated in collaboration with the Yolŋu (Yolngu) community.
The Susan Wakil Health Building, the first of three purpose-built facilities within the University of Sydney’s new health precinct is now officially open.
The Central Coast Grammar School have recently opened their new junior school, which consists of 30 new, flexible and adaptable learning spaces.
The Nine Network’s former Victorian home in Richmond is currently undergoing a transformation, with the precinct being turned into an over 55’s community, whose lifestyle will rival the experience of a hotel.
The City of Sydney Council is now asking for public feedback on the Waterloo south redevelopment plan, after a new set of plans were lodged by the council and the NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC).
The NSW Government has reformed its former housing policy, removing roadblocks within the planning system that will make it easier to deliver much needed social and affordable housing to the state.