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Five durable interior surfacing materials for homes to hospitals

Five durable interior surfacing materials for homes to hospitals

Knock, scratch, wear and tear: interior surfaces heavily influence the aesthetics and feel of spaces, but their durability is also a key consideration.

Australian Construction Code (NCC) could allow timber buildings up to 25 metres tall by 2016

Australian Construction Code (NCC) could allow timber buildings up to 25 metres tall by 2016

Forest and Wood Products Australia (FWPA) is developing a proposal for the NCC to allow timber constructed buildings up to 25 metres.

171 Collins Street has the power of light

171 Collins Street has the power of light

Lighting design practice Electrolight shows how an integrated lighting design can enhance your project outcome.

Retractable roof design unveiled by BVN architects for Sydney’s Olympic Stadium

Retractable roof design unveiled by BVN architects for Sydney’s Olympic Stadium

Olympic Stadium, Homebush bay will be given an operable roof and returned to a rectangular shape if the $350 million proposal by BVN architects is approved.

Secretive VIC house grows out of the land, moves in time with trees

Secretive VIC house grows out of the land, moves in time with trees

Cabin 2 by Maddison Architects, camouflaged amongst trees, features a folding roof that grows from the topography to act as a new landform type.

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Australian students help construct “Parasite Pavilion” at Venice Architecture Biennale

Australian students help construct “Parasite Pavilion” at Venice Architecture Biennale

Architect Hsieh Ying Chun has collaborated with a Theoretical Condition of Architecture (TCA) Think Tank and students from Australia, Europe and China to produce an arching metal pavilion for the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.

One Central Park pipped by twin towers with vertical forests at International Highrise Awards

One Central Park pipped by twin towers with vertical forests at International Highrise Awards

Australia’s most successful new high-rise has been pipped at the post by a twin-tower residential project covered in giant cantilever planter boxes at the 2014 International Highrise Awards.

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