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The new chair of the Internet of Things Security Foundation (IoTSF) working group for smart buildings, Norman Disney & Young (NDY) cybersecurity advisor Alan Mihalic, says the Internet of Things (IoT) will have a disruptive effect on the architecture, construction and engineering sectors.
Companies that use dodgy or banned building products in NSW such as non-compliant cladding may be issued fines of more than one million dollars under new laws introduced by the Berejiklian government.
Following two days of awards at the 2017 Inside World Festival of Interiors, the best of the best was crowned on Friday with the prestigious title of World Interior of the Year.
On the third day of the 2017 World Architecture Festival, the final awards were distributed. Among these were two Australian projects.
The Art Gallery of NSW has submitted a State Significant Development Application for Sydney Modern, the planned $344-million expansion led by Japan-based practice SANAA in collaboration with Architectus.
The new Fairwater residential development in western Sydney claims to house Australia's largest geothermal system, according to the developers.
After a disappointing start for Australian projects on day one of the 2017 Inside World Festival of Interiors, a Sydney project has topped its respective category on day two of the festival’s awards.
Another Sydney project has been recognised at the 2017 World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards.
Fairview Architectural has appointed Lorraine Jedid and Melissa Herrmann as architectural consultants for Queensland and Victoria respectively, potentially signalling continued strong growth for the firm in both states.
The World Design Organisation (WDO) this week launched its bid process to find the city that will play host to the 2019 World Design Assembly.
Architectus has promoted Jeremy Deale to principal and shareholder.
Australian projects have missed the cut at day one of the 2017 Inside World Festival of Interiors Awards.