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    News Archive for December 2014

    Tony Owen designs new Mooloolaba high-rise inspired by Hockney painting

    Tony Owen Partners look to shift the centre point of Queensland’s Mooloolaba with a new waterfront development inspired by David Hockney’s painting Pool with 2 Figures.

    Retail fitout wins inaugural Laminex Australia’s Project of the Year title

    F2 Architecture took out the Laminex Australia Project of the Year title for their work on the Marais fitout in Melbourne.

    5 Vital Ways to Market Your Architectural Practice

    A recent survey from the Design Institute of Australia has confirmed what many in the industry have known for some time now - the number of architects and designers in Australia far outstrips demand for their services.

    Magnetic track gates, boom gates and cantilever gate installed at major distribution centre

    Magnetic Automation Pty Ltd installed a range of gates at a major distribution centre, all designed to meet the client’s requirements, and built to last.

    Amber Tiles celebrates launch of new glass pool mosaics range with Fiji Holiday Giveaway

    Amber Tiles welcomed the summer by launching Amber Revi glass pool mosaics.

    Melbourne ESD engineer Michael Li globally recognised for transforming sustainable business

    ​Melbourne-based engineer Michael Li from AECOM has been named by 2degrees as one of 25 young professionals under 25 transforming sustainable business.

    Green Star 2014 – a year in review from the GBCA

    The GBCA certified 150 Green Star projects in 2014 – up from 105 in 2013, and they’re saying it signals a continued shift towards sustainability for the construction and property industries.

    Snøhetta completes zero energy ZEB Pilot House in Norway

    In collaboration with the Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings, architecture firm Snøhetta has realised a zero energy house with a distinctive tilt.

    Sydney Growth Plan: Parramatta as second CBD metro, inner-city development embraced

    A NSW Government blueprint that details how Sydney will accommodate its rapidly growing population has finally been released.

    Round glass lifts help modernise 48-50 Martin Place, Sydney, Macquarie Bank's global HQ

    One of the biggest changes to the interior of this heritage listed Martin Place building is the inclusion of two brand new, custom round glass elevators.

    Glass box punctured by curved timber pylons designed by HDR|Rice Daubney

    A new $41 million six storey office building for Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis demonstrates a new trend in workplace strategy and facilitating architecture.

    Brisbane Airport has Australia's first Green Star – Communities rating

    Australia’s first Green Star – Communities rating has been awarded to Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) by Green Building Council of Australia.

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