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    Why we need Human Centric Lighting in the workplace
    Why we need Human Centric Lighting in the workplace

    Achieving a good circadian rhythm requires a good Human Centric Lighting (HCL) solution.


    Australia's risk of mortality from extreme heat set to rise
    Australia's risk of mortality from extreme heat set to rise

    Hazards multiply when extreme heat and humidity join in lethal combination and Australia's heat-related mortality risk is intensifying.


    Smart Cities are on the move
    Smart Cities are on the move

    The smart city construct blurs the lines between human activity, data and the built environment.


    New innovations in glass could be a gamechanger for renewable energy
    New innovations in glass could be a gamechanger for renewable energy

    The conversation about renewable energy is never far behind the conversation about sustainable populations. One is directly linked to the other and the conversations around both are without fail, heated.


    Sunshades: Combining utility and architecture
    Sunshades: Combining utility and architecture

    Sunshading is a crucial element of urban design, especially in sunny Australia. While some might view sunshades as a bland utility feature, this is no longer the case. Innovative engineers have worked to ensure that sunshades are not only more effective than ever, but also more aesthetically pleasing than ever.


    Intelligent buildings: threat or opportunity?
    Intelligent buildings: threat or opportunity?

    Intelligence in the built environment is without doubt an exciting and inspiring concept.


    Don’t miss the chance to get your project recognised
    Don’t miss the chance to get your project recognised

    Your project could be honoured in this year’s Sustainability Awards. Entries will close on August 18, 2018 – don’t miss the chance to get your project in!


    Mapping the future of digital cities
    Mapping the future of digital cities

    With Australia’s growing population set to reach 36 million by 2050, it is time for city planners to evaluate their current model for creating an accurate representation of a city’s infrastructure.


    Hayball takes on vertical schools at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale
    Hayball takes on vertical schools at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale

    Hayball director Ann Lau sees vertical schools as a solution to growing urban populations and the need to regenerate densified urban areas.


    Digital engineering is playing an essential role in Sydney Metro design
    Digital engineering is playing an essential role in Sydney Metro design

    The adoption of a digital engineering approach has been essential to Australia’s biggest public transport project, Sydney Metro.


    The green roof revolution spreads to Australia
    The green roof revolution spreads to Australia

    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.


    Don’t just look through the window: smart technologies for smarter projects
    Don’t just look through the window: smart technologies for smarter projects

    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.


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