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    News Archive for May 2019

    Design thinking used to help support children with severe needle phobias

    Students from Sydney University’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning participated in a 'hackathon' at the Westmead Education and Conference Centre in Westmead Hospital on 12 April to support children with severe needle phobias.

    A roof that saves energy while looking sleek

    Energy saving residential roofing is becoming more and more sought after and the reasons are two-fold.

    Ensuring quality video conferencing for Sportsbet offices

    Sportsbet relies on video conferencing equipment from Corporate Initiatives (Ci) to communicate efficiently between their offices in Australia as well as collaborate internationally.

    Rapid growth is widening Melbourne's social and economic divide

    Melbourne is also fast becoming an economically and socially polarised city. Cheaper housing may attract people to outer suburban living, but it comes at a price.

    Flexible, fast and fire safe: Ultraflex quick-clip linear battens

    Responding to the evolving needs of the Australian market, designers and builders are seeking flexible, cost-effective and sustainable design solutions that do not compromise on aesthetics and performance. For premium wall and ceiling applications, Ultraflex Quick-Clip battens are one such solution.

    Victorian Premier's Sustainability Awards deadline coming up

    Built environment professionals are being encouraged to enter the Victorian Premier's Sustainability Awards before the close date next month.

    Privium continues on innovation path with Hebel’s PowerPanel50 wall systems

    Privium Design and Construct chose PowerPanel50 wall systems from CSR Hebel for one of their latest projects in Sunnybank Hills, QLD.

    City of Sydney to spend $200M on community projects

    The City of Sydney will be spending a significant portion of their 10-year $1.6-billion capital works budget in the next financial year on a series of infrastructure projects to benefit the community.

    Council seeks feedback for revised Liverpool Civic Place plan

    Liverpool City Council has invited the local community to share their thoughts on the revised proposal for the Liverpool Civic Place development.

    Blanco Wide Planks elevate design at OVO’s London store

    Blanco Wide Plank, a durable range of extra wide flooring boards from Havwoods was selected for the London store of popular streetwear brand October's Very Own (OVO).

    New AIR-board design panels in black for inside, outside and acoustics

    Allplastics Engineering introduces the new black AIR-board panel product series from Design Composite, ideal for versatile application in various environments.

    City of Sydney ensuring design excellence through competitions

    A recent study on the City of Sydney’s mandatory design competitions for major public and private property developments in the CBD has revealed that the process has raised the level of design outcomes.

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