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In May 2021 a B-double truck mounted a kerb when turning a corner in Melbourne, injuring five pedestrians. In February 2020 a drunk driver drove onto a footpath in Sydney, killing four children and injuring three others as they walked to get ice-creams. These incidents are just two of many grim reminders that pedestrians are an especially vulnerable group of road users.
In this series we pay tribute to the art we wish could visit — and hope to see once travel restrictions are lifted.
The key role of any designer requires a critical analysis of place and a fundamental understanding of it’s cultural, environmental and spiritual context.
Recently ‘Houses’ magazine published some renovations to a house of my design in Broderick Street Balmain under the headline ‘The SRG House’ (alluding to Sir Roy Grounds). Unfortunately, the print version contains misinformation which needs correction, and hopefully this background will give more depth to the story.
Many businesses within our CBDs may need to rethink how they are able to accommodate excessive amounts of visitors with social distancing rules and health building regulations that are a part of our lives.
The Morrison government has announced it’s building a new gas power plant in the Hunter Valley, committing up to A$600 million for the government-owned corporation Snowy Hydro to construct the project.
The fossil fuel industry is making false claims that a new hybrid coal/hydrogen power plant will help us reach emissions targets.
The “dreaming spires” of Oxford University that Matthew Arnold romanticised in 1865 still have a powerful grip on our image of the university. Nevertheless, the university town is part of the past. A key reason for this is the expense of developing facilities on a confined site, particularly in a heritage setting.
The next 50 years will demand a new model of urban development. For a more sustainable future in a world of climate change, 21st-century cities must be based on models of adaptation that learn from natural systems. We now have the digital modelling technology to design such cities, rather than the fixed urban form that now dominates our world.
One of the immediate impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has and will continue to have on our industry is changes to the specifications on new projects.
Feral horses are a catastrophic problem for the environment, particularly in the high country that crosses the New South Wales and Victoria border.
BoxBrownie.com urges you to avoid the seven deadly sins of common architectural rendering mistakes, so you can transform your renders into marketing magic.