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In colder areas of the country, rammed earth walls are a potential solution to cold homes with no artificial heating systems.
Coastal areas fringing state capitals have been the scene of a downsizing boom since the onset of COVID-19, due to more over 50s seeking a new sea change lifestyle with easy access to the cities.
MAP mima, Australia’s first permanent regional multimedia arts pavilion, will open to the public this spring, with a series of free public events and 10 new commissions by Australian artists celebrating the opening.
A research collaboration that aimed to gain a deeper understanding of the deep sea sponge’s interactions with the water around it, has revealed key findings that could guide the future design of buildings, bridges, marine vehicles and aircraft.
The Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia has held Liberty Mutual Insurance liable for covering the claim made by builders Icon on the defective Opal Tower building in Sydney.
Golden Age Group has announced its first house and land development, titled Willow Springs. Located in Rockbank, 30km west of the Melbourne CBD, the development’s first stage, comprising 46 lots, sold out over the weekend.
A course created by Woods Bagot in collaboration with the Property Council Academy has been launched in an effort to educate designers about new building industry reforms in New South Wales.
The doors are well and truly open at GMHBA’s new Geelong HQ, with workers of the health insurer and other tenants beginning to move into the facility.
The proposed student accommodation project on Dixon Street, Haymarket in Sydney’s Chinatown has been recommended for approval following amendments to the original design.
In this episode, Pablo & Lisa take us through the process of achieving WELL Certification while educating listeners on the main challenges of location, heritage buildings and cost to the client.
The Cox Architecture-designed office tower, located at 326-328 Botany Road, Alexandria, has been submitted to local council for planning approval.
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