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Operable building skin allows occupants to choose how near or far they want to be to their surrounds

Operable building skin allows occupants to choose how near or far they want to be to their surrounds

This extension in WA's Fremantle features an operable skin of shutters, sliding panels, and a bi-fold door that can be opened up or kept closed.

Buildings versus fires: four Australian projects that survived the flames

Buildings versus fires: four Australian projects that survived the flames

Often, the true performance of fire resistant products and systems are established only during a fire, which could never happen. Here are four instances when it did.

Striking a chord: Peter Muller on Audette House and why architecture is like music

Striking a chord: Peter Muller on Audette House and why architecture is like music

Architect Peter Muller names Bach and Frank Lloyd Wright as influences for his 1952 Audette House.

Sydney tower competes with buildings by Rem Koolhaas, Steven Holl and Stefano Boeri for world’s best highrise title

Sydney tower competes with buildings by Rem Koolhaas, Steven Holl and Stefano Boeri for world’s best highrise title

Five finalists have been announced for the International Highrise Award (IHA) 2014, with Sydney’s One Central Park up against four other towers bidding to claim the title of world’s best highrise.

Decking alternatives: a run down on wood plastic composite decking

Decking alternatives: a run down on wood plastic composite decking

Building a deck in the past was a simple choice between wood and…wood, but composites are now challenging the timber stronghold.

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Why biophilic architecture works: five reasons and case studies

Why biophilic architecture works: five reasons and case studies

Here are five case studies where biophilic design has made a positive impact to the lifestyles of those touched by it.

U26 Architecture Studio designs Philippines food warehouse to look like bunch of bananas

U26 Architecture Studio designs Philippines food warehouse to look like bunch of bananas

Three yellow tubular structures are grouped together to form a collective business hub for produce companies in the Philippines.

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