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    Poor design caused Melbourne’s fall from ‘world’s most liveable city’
    Poor design caused Melbourne’s fall from ‘world’s most liveable city’

    The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) has blamed poor design for Melbourne’s drop in the 2018 Global Liveability Index.


    Sanjeev Gupta to build solar farm in South Australia
    Sanjeev Gupta to build solar farm in South Australia

    Details of a 280MW solar farm have been unveiled in South Australia as the first part of Sanjeev Gupta’s global GFG Alliance US$1 billion, one‐gigawatt dispatchable renewable energy program.


    Amanda Visser and The Star Entertainment Group’s sustainability journey
    Amanda Visser and The Star Entertainment Group’s sustainability journey

    Amanda Visser is group manager – Sustainability at The Star Entertainment Group, speaks with about The Star Entertainment Group’s sustainability journey since 2013, their performance in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) Assessment in 2016, and the impact of their sustainability efforts on costs, efficiency, business growth and the community.


    Digital art at Mirvac building meets public art quota, supports upcoming artists
    Digital art at Mirvac building meets public art quota, supports upcoming artists

    The digital art display in the entrance foyer of Mirvac’s 664 Collins St building is not only meeting the Docklands public art quota but also providing an opportunity to art students to display their works.


    Melbourne and Adelaide have been Australia's most vulnerable major cities to killer heatwaves
    Melbourne and Adelaide have been Australia's most vulnerable major cities to killer heatwaves

    Melbourne and Adelaide have been most prone to deadly heatwave conditions among Australia’s five largest cities, according to new research published in Climatic Change.


    Axolotl expanding the potential for concrete in design
    Axolotl expanding the potential for concrete in design

    The award-winning finish continues to expand the potential for concrete surfaces in design since it was introduced in 2011.


    ATDC’s new double diamond concertina security shutters launched
    ATDC’s new double diamond concertina security shutters launched

    The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) announces the release of a new range of double diamond concertina security shutters into the Australian commercial doors market.


    Is this magic ‘liquid battery’ the future of electric cars?
    Is this magic ‘liquid battery’ the future of electric cars?

    Researchers from the University of Glasgow have developed a new battery that will allow an electric car to charge in seconds.


    3D Systems experts help with UNESCO World Heritage Site restoration in Kew
    3D Systems experts help with UNESCO World Heritage Site restoration in Kew

    When the Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) in the United Kingdom began its undertaking to restore The Great Pagoda, Kew, it faced some monumental challenges.


    NBRS designs new learning institute at Taronga Zoo
    NBRS designs new learning institute at Taronga Zoo

    NBRS+PARTNERS worked closely with the Taronga Conservation Society to design the new Taronga Institute of Science and Learning located in the heart of Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.


    Australian-French team shortlisted in Reinventing Cities Competition
    Australian-French team shortlisted in Reinventing Cities Competition

    Australian property developer Central Element, French architect Nicolas Laisne and Rotunno Justman Architectes have been shortlisted for the #C40ReinventingCities Design Competition, for their joint submission to transform The Falls Carpark in Auckland.


    FRONT 2018: Yes we can & yes we did!
    FRONT 2018: Yes we can & yes we did!

    Fusing the best in commercial design with the latest in technology and networking systems, FRONT has closed one chapter for this industry, and turned the page on something far more significant.


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