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    Anglo-Dutch studio branches out to design small nuclear plants

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    Inside Jam Factory’s billion dollar transformation

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    Sustainability Summit Session One
    Sustainability Summit Session One

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    Community-led fund empowers Moremac’s Sunbury project residents to go green

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    WA’s first children’s hospice reveals its designs
    WA’s first children’s hospice reveals its designs

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    Timber shortage receives much needed government intervention

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    Calling all architects — and their drawings
    Calling all architects — and their drawings

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    AIA set to launch online sustainability tool
    AIA set to launch online sustainability tool

    The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) is preparing to launch a new resource designed to save practices time while also reinforcing safety and sustainability for product specification.


    Cars finally banned from Moore Park grasslands
    Cars finally banned from Moore Park grasslands

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    Australia’s World Expo 2020 Pavilion channels landscape and skyline
    Australia’s World Expo 2020 Pavilion channels landscape and skyline

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    Sydney’s pathways and laneways given a refresh in post-pandemic plan
    Sydney’s pathways and laneways given a refresh in post-pandemic plan

    The City of Sydney is looking to give its laneways and forgotten spaces a much needed refresh, as part of the council’s post-pandemic recovery measures for the harbour city.


    A look at BVN’s award winning libraries
    A look at BVN’s award winning libraries

    BVN has won two Learning Environment Awards for kids libraries at the 2021 Learning Environment Awards Australasia, for their designs at the State Library of New South Wales and the International Grammar School in Sydney.


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