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The much-anticipated revitalisation of Gosford's CBD and waterfront will be guided by the NSW Government Architect as part of the Central Coast Regional Plan.
The winners of the 2017 Intergrain Timber Awards were revealed in Melbourne last week.
As city botanic gardens around the world struggle to maintain their footprints in the face of development pressures, one city garden is about to grow to its biggest size in its 180-year history.
The 2017 Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards program has recorded the highest number of entries for the built environment section along with high levels of innovation, and a strong community element, according to interim CEO Stephanie Ziersch.
The South Australian government has decided to ditch its chosen developers for the Royal Adelaide Hospital redevelopment following an offer that they determined was not representative of the best interests of the state’s taxpayers.
Parramatta Council has lodged a development application for the $89.5-million redesign of Parramatta Town Hall at 5 Parramatta Square.
Sydney’s endangered Brutalist icon, the Sirius building, has been added as a member property of the Historic Houses Association of Australia.
The finalists have been announced in the 2017 Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards by the premier Daniel Andrews and the minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio and include a number well-known and also lesser-known additions to this years’ shortlist.
The University of Tasmania recently announced its intention to become certified carbon-neutral.
The South Australian government has announced it will be launching an international competition for the design of a new contemporary art gallery in Adelaide.
Architecture firms are being forced to audit their own past building projects, thanks to insurers threatening to withdraw insurance cover after the recent Grenfell Tower fire in London and the 2014 Lacrosse apartments blaze in Melbourne.
The Association of Consulting Architects (ACA) is holding a roundtable in Adelaide on Thursday 28 September on how should architects respond to the use of non-conforming building products.