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The connectivity of smart cities can be used as a tool against neoliberalism, bringing people together and reviving the spirit of democracy.
Lippman Partnership’s redesign of the award-winning Emanuel Synagogue entered a new phase in 2020 when the Synagogue engaged another architect to carry out a refurbishment of the adjacent original Synagogue Sanctuary.
Governments are pressing ahead with home quarantine for returning travellers and people are isolating at home due to COVID-19. So now is a good time to think about what you can do to reduce your risk of infection if you live in an apartment.
In a time of rapid change, with the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry evolving faster than ever, businesses are looking towards technology solutions that provide real-world results for better, faster, and more profitable projects.
The blurring of home/office as a work location has recently become undeniably accelerated. Work anywhere technologies have empowered staff to be highly productive away from their traditional place of work.
Between raging bushfires, record droughts and a global pandemic, Australia’s architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry has endured immense challenges over the past two years.
Smart cities are here, and they are getting smarter by the day via the use of 5G.
The extreme heat currently scorching and burning through the western United States has sparked a debate in Washington about the capacity of centralised power grids to deal with the exigencies of climate change.
Automated vehicles will provide many benefits to drivers and the transport industry, but there is still a way to go before the technology is ready. Paul Budde reports.
Responding to an altered workplace climate and incentivising staff back into empty tenancies across Australia’s capital cities, Carr is partnering strategically with landlords and building owners to design environments that imbed choice and variety into the traditional format. The result is a diversity of work and meeting environments referred to as 'third spaces'.
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.
Australia’s major cities are home to almost three-quarters of all Australian residents, with the Australian population predicted to reach between 28.3 and 29.3 million people by 2027 and 40 million by 2050.