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    News Archive for May 2019

    Techne wins first commercial tower design project

    Techne Architecture + Interior Design will be undertaking its first commercial tower project, a 13-storey office building in Melbourne.

    Why architecture needs a people-centric approach

    Award-winning Dutch architect Francine Houben will explain her humanistic approach to architecture in a UNSW Built Environment Utzon Lecture.

    Rethinking tourism so the locals actually benefit from hosting visitors

    Tourism today has a problem and needs an entire rethink. Experts are debating overtourism, peak tourism and tourismphobia.

    ClarkeHopkinsClarke opens new Sydney office

    ClarkeHopkinsClarke has opened its first Sydney office in Surry Hills.

    Petersen bricks help 1920s Hawthorn home regain former glory

    Handcrafted Petersen D71 bricks by Robertson's Building Products Pty Ltd formed part of the materials palette put together by the architect to give a new lease of life to an old red brick 1920s Californian Bungalow in Hawthorn.

    HASSELL’s co-working office design uses Tretford carpet for the quiet floors

    The quiet floors in the TWC office feature Tretford commercial carpets, which combine several environmental qualities with energy savings and acoustic performance.

    Chadstone development wins global design award

    Stage 40 of the Chadstone Shopping Centre development has won an ICSC VIVA award for design and development excellence.

    Fuse Architecture appoints Wenny Arief as interiors head

    Fuse Architecture has appointed Wenny Arief as its new head of Interiors.

    Super White Dolomite benchtops with the Brazilian connection

    Victoria Stone Gallery continues to expand their range of Super White Dolomite benchtops made from natural stone blocks sourced from Brazil.

    Understanding and ensuring ACM compliance per 2019 NCC

    With the adoption of the 2019 NCC, it has become imperative for all building industry stakeholders to ensure compliance of their cladding systems for fire performance.

    The residential garage with the looks of a luxury car showroom

    The owners of a Sydney home transformed their garage into a stunning space that resembles a luxury car showroom.

    Rob Mirams on 'big Australia' and the role of architects and planners

    Fender Katsalidis director Rob Mirams spoke on a panel at DesignBUILD last week, discussing 'big Australia', density in Sydney and how architects and urban planners should deal with population growth.

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