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    News Archive for May 2019

    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.


    Gold Coast’s tiniest houses now complete

    The Gold Coast’s tiniest homes, built on land ranging from 38sqm, have been completed in Southport.


    Understanding and resolving balcony leaks

    Insurance statistics reveal that balconies and terraces are the most vulnerable when it comes to waterproofing failures.


    What’s the best way to run the louvres on your opening roof?

    Get the best out of your outdoor spaces by installing opening roof systems from Louvretec Australia.


    Of all the problems our cities need to fix, lack of car parking isn't one of them

    Cars dominate Australian cities, supported by decades of unbalanced planning decisions favouring space for cars over other land uses or forms of transport.


    Australia's longest-standing architecture and design magazine changes name

    Indesign Media, Australia’s largest architecture and design media network, has announced a name change and rebranding of its quarterly commercial magazine Infolink | Building Product News to Architecture & Design magazine.


    Zip taps promoting wellness at Domain’s Pyrmont office

    Siren Design based their design on a ‘home away from home’ concept when called upon to create a workspace for the Domain Group in Pyrmont, Sydney.


    Affordable, sustainable design wins at Property Council awards

    Innovative design was a common thread amongst the winners of the 2019 Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards announced recently in Sydney.


    New Monash Uni building interiors featuring Big River’s hoop pine plywood

    Big River Group supplied hoop pine plywood for the interiors of the new Learning & Teaching building unveiled recently at Monash University’s Clayton campus.


    Building defects revealed at Elizabeth Quay towers

    Building defects have already been observed in the newly built Elizabeth Quay apartment towers in Perth.


    Seoul’s mayor shares his bold vision for future global cities with Sydney

    Thanks to 3D technology, the mayor of Seoul, Park Won Soon, will present his keynote address from Seoul at the City of Sydney’s CityTalks: Big ideas transforming global cities on Thursday 23 May


    Timber look DecoWood used in stylish fitout for high end yoga brand

    DecoWood, a timber look powder-coating finish from DECO was specified for the retail store fitout of a high-end yoga brand in Sydney.


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