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This week's international snapshot features a building that cleans the air in New York, an art installation that examines plant feelings in Florence, and a controversial "pollution pod" installation in London.
Shortlisted architects have been announced for Beulah International's Southbank development.
The cityscape is constantly changing, mostly for the greater good. But if one were to observe carefully, certain structures have come up in recent times where the design is focused on excluding a specific category of people, particularly the homeless and vagrants.
Urban development at the Newcastle Transport Interchange is expected to reawaken an important community precinct that, when complete, will link train, bus, light rail and cars with new commercial, retail and residential development.
The NSW Government has amended the State Environment Planning Policy 70 (SEPP 70) so as to enable five more Sydney councils to prepare schemes that will require developer contributions to provide affordable housing.
Located between the CBD and major universities and in a nod to Melbourne’s now-famous laneway culture, Crone Architects has designed a new headquarters for the Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF).
Faced with the prospect of not having sufficient space to bury the deceased, many cemeteries are exploring a range of ideas to be able to accomodate our growing necropolises.
Architects are often commissioned to design buildings that never get built for a range of reasons including spiralling cost, unrealistic design and excessive ambition.
Beulah International has evaluated submissions from architects around the world hoping to design a mixed-use building in Southbank, Victoria.
The Macquarie University Incubator has won a Green Good Design Award in the Research/Technology category.
The Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards organisers say that entry into the awards will provide a range of benefits to companies and the community alike.
A balanced and sustainable energy solution will return certainty and security to Australian businesses, supporting innovation and competitiveness, says the Australian Steel Institute (ASI).