Add more products
University of Melbourne researchers have discovered an effective way to retrofit homes to be more energy efficient, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and cutting electricity bills significantly.
Architecture firm Fender Katsalidis has been awarded a contract to design a $230m office tower in Parramatta, Sydney. According to the architect, the tower's design is inspired by the nearby Parramatta River.
Southbank restaurant and bar Supafish has been nominated to enter the globally recognised Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.
Practices to make asbestos less dangerous where it is not immediately possible to remove it have been examined by the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency in a new report that looks at ways of containing and stabilising asbestos, particularly in roofing.
Finalists for the ARBS 2018 Industry Awards were announced recently following an evaluation of all nominations by a panel of industry experts.
A worldwide benchmarking study that analysed 27 transit hubs from across the world has found that Australian train stations lag behind their global counterparts due to age, low integration with precincts, and return on property value.
This week's international snapshot features a stunning garden city development in Singapore, the 2018 female Architect of the Year and plans for the world's first energy-positive airport city in Norway.
Mirvac says that it is focussing more on 30-minute cities, innovative housing design with integrated technology to help manage costs like energy bills, and prioritising places that help people connect with each other in order to create healthy, and sustainable cities by 2050.
Australia has adopted the global ISO/IEC14543-3 standard for building automation.
The Victorian government has announced a ban on the use of aluminium cladding panels with a polyethylene core of more than 30 percent on high-rise multi-storeyed buildings in the state.
Crone has secured development approval to rejuvenate Goulburn's Rocky Hill Memorial Museum with a contemporary design that will blend seamlessly into the landscape.
A&D assistant editor Stephanie Stefanovic presents some of her favourite artwork from this year's Biennale of Sydney.