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Hayball director Ann Lau sees vertical schools as a solution to growing urban populations and the need to regenerate densified urban areas.
The adoption of a digital engineering approach has been essential to Australia’s biggest public transport project, Sydney Metro.
Green roofs are an accepted part of modern building in Europe, where their use has become mandated by some city and national governments. They are commonplace in the Austrian city of Linz, where green roofs are required on all new residential and commercial buildings with rooftops larger than 100sqm.
Looking past the importance of the window in commercial projects can be a big mistake. Windows and window furnishings have the potential to transform the environmental load of any project and greatly improve the functionality and efficiency of a space.
An innovative new technology means solar panels are no longer limited to rooftops - Iron Matrix co-founder David Morgan wants to cover entire houses with them. Not only is this now possible, but it’s also projected to be cheaper than building a traditional house.
Is there a relationship between the boom in Australian property prices, the commercial property sector, foreign investment and sustainability, and if so, how does this boom drive innovation in today’s commercial real estate market?
Confusion surrounding sustainability, certifications and best practice is increasing exponentially, so we've decided to cut through the confusion and set the story straight.
Hand drawn plans on paper are now a thing of the past, while 3D virtual Building Information Modelling (BIM) environments are slowly becoming an industry norm.
Architects have always sought to make tall buildings safe. This can be done in two ways- first is by using a range of suppression technologies, in other words stopping fires from taking hold in the first place, or limiting their spread if and when they do.
Rany Obaidi from Marblo Group says that benchtops are one of the most utilised and visible features in hospitality design, and play a major role in contributing to the success of any business. As he puts it—“We all know the feeling when we approach a counter that is stained or unsightly.”
Once upon a time long, long time ago, before Yelp, before Trip Advisor, before Snapchat and Instagram, word of mouth and newspaper reviews were the be-all and end-all in deciding where to wave our shiny new Diners Club cards on a Saturday night.
Although expectations and tastes may change, hospitality venues have always and will continue to create a visually appealing experience for customers.