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    Sydney and Melbourne rank in top 10 most unaffordable cities for housing in world
    Sydney and Melbourne rank in top 10 most unaffordable cities for housing in world

    Sydney is once again the second most unaffordable city in the world for housing.


    World’s first 3D-printed pedestrian bridge pops up in Spanish park
    World’s first 3D-printed pedestrian bridge pops up in Spanish park

    A Barcelona-based research and education centre has designed the world’s first 3D-printed bridge for a Spanish park.


    Progressive thinking sought for 2017 NGV Architecture Commission
    Progressive thinking sought for 2017 NGV Architecture Commission

    The National Gallery of Victoria invites design proposals from registered architects within Australia to participate in the 2017 NGV Architecture Commission Design Competition.


    What drives green building in Melbourne? Find out in half-day tour
    What drives green building in Melbourne? Find out in half-day tour

    Wave Consulting Director and Tour Facilitator Rob Catchlove is organising a half-day Green Building tour to explore the drivers, design and operation of two leading green buildings in Melbourne.


    New NCC survey to assess low uptake of performance based design among architects
    New NCC survey to assess low uptake of performance based design among architects

    The ABCB seeks to understand the reasons behind the poor uptake of performance based design among stakeholders.


    New architects appointed for Sydney hospital transformation
    New architects appointed for Sydney hospital transformation

    Tony Owen Partners (TOP) has taken over the state significant mixed-use residential development at the former site of the Rachel Foster Hospital on Pitt Street, Sydney.


    Bjarke Ingels to represent architecture in new Netflix series on design
    Bjarke Ingels to represent architecture in new Netflix series on design

    Danish architect, Bjarke Ingels will represent the architecture profession in an upcoming documentary series to be broadcasted across the world.


    Six major firms get West Melbourne development over the line
    Six major firms get West Melbourne development over the line

    A $50 million, five-building development for 185 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne has been approved despite initial concerns regarding its impact on the surrounding area.


    Another prefab skyscraper project on the horizon for Melbourne
    Another prefab skyscraper project on the horizon for Melbourne

    Melbourne will be home to another prefabricated skyscraper, with the latest addition being a Hayball-designed student accommodation building that will top out at 150 metres.


    Tanderrum Bridge by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA opens in Melbourne
    Tanderrum Bridge by John Wardle Architects and NADAAA opens in Melbourne

    A new footbridge that connects two significant sites of democracy and egalitarianism has opened in Melbourne.


    Sir David Adjaye OBE to speak at the Sydney's Powerhouse Museum
    Sir David Adjaye OBE to speak at the Sydney's Powerhouse Museum

    The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences announces that leading international architect Sir David Adjaye OBE will be speaking at the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo, Sydney next month.


    Canberra’s backlog of unassessed heritage nominations causing uncertainty
    Canberra’s backlog of unassessed heritage nominations causing uncertainty

    A push from residents groups in the Australian Capital Territory seeks to have the territory’s long-standing backlog of unassessed heritage nominations reduced and its heritage assessment process overhauled.


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