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The hospitality industry relies on water both as an ingredient in its products and a solvents in its cleaning processes. However, water management has come a long way in the industry, even in the past decade. These days, it would be safe to say that without effective water management, the hospitality industry could not operate effectively.
In a multi-residential project, doors are more than just a mere entry to a unit or its individual rooms. They also provide a number of functions for its residents.
Though there are no shortage of options when it comes to providing adequate water to an office environment, the filtered water system – which achieves the magic trio of design, health and sustainability benefits – is becoming one of the more common solutions.
Research into the ground-breaking construction material, which radically transcends existing green wall systems, is an interdisciplinary practice that brings together architecture, biology and engineering.
Digital design tools can be used right from the conceptual design stage through to construction and commissioning the building.
As the sustainable building movement reaches new heights in 2017, how do we specify lifts that are sustainable?
Hospitality, the ultimate customer experience, often seems to backfire in the buzzy, atmosphere of a trendy restaurant. It’s all go as the hardwood, stone or concrete flooring, bare walls, polished wood tables and chairs, metal lighting, picture windows and open sitting and coffee-grinder kitchen areas vie with each other.
In this kitchen ventilation starter pack, we explore the different factors designers should consider when selecting the right hood for their next project.
Hospitality trends come and go, but every project needs a solid floor which balances function and aesthetics. When it comes to flooring, hospitality environments present their own set of challenges.
Waterless urinals will save your client water and money, particularly on new builds, and can help achieve a higher level of sustainability for your building.
The choice of bar top material essentially comes down to three things—aesthetic, usability and durability. At least that’s the general consensus among the Australian hospitality designers I interviewed.
While permanent formwork is still comparatively new, it has been around for long enough now to provide sufficient time for the industry to assess its performance against promises from suppliers. So we put the question out there to the industry—does it live up to the hype and is it suited to single dwelling construction?