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    News Archive for February 2014

    Worker protection ensured with new safety light system from Treotham Automation

    Treotham Automation Pty Ltd has launched a new range of safety sensors designed to ensure worker protection in various industrial applications.

    Castelation and Screenclad panelling turn heads

    Urbanline Architectural offers a unique solution using two panelling profiles that combine contemporary style and multidimensional appeal to turn heads.

    Hassell joins 202020 Vision

    Hassell has signed on to the 202020 Vision campaign to help broaden awarenss of urban green space.

    AIA’s first Architect in Residence is renowned architect from Barcelona

    Dr Carmen Fiol-Costa from Barcelona has been selected as the inaugural Australian Institute of Architects’ Droga Architect in Residence.

    Call for architects to design new Green Square aquatic centre

    A design competition for the new sports recreation park and aquatic centre at Green Square will open on Monday, with architects urged to submit designs.

    2014 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

    Applications for the 2014 Buckminster Fuller Challenge are now open.

    A forest of illuminated paper trees by Orproject

    Currently on show in New Dehli, India, Orproject’s ‘Vana’ installation simulates the growth of trees using a digitally generated tensile system.

    DesignBUILD reveals Industry Insights program, announces inaugural Sustainability Day

    The DesignBUILD 2014 Industry Insights seminar program is now finalised, with day two to be a dedicated Sustainability Day.

    Folded aluminium kiosks by Make Architects pop-up in London

    London architecture studio Make has designed contractible metal street kiosks for the Canary Wharf ice sculpting festival.

    Number of mid-size architecture firms shrink, new entrants increased

    A report from the Creative Industries Innovation Centre shows mid-size architectural firms have shrunk, while there are a number of new smaller firms.

    Top Australian female business owners honoured by ABN Hall of Fame

    The Australian Businesswomen’s Network (ABN) recognised the achievements of 17 female entrepreneurs at its 2014 Hall of Fame.

    Vinyl Council launches online design tool to help develop PVC solutions for green building

    Vinyl Council of Australia has launched a new online design management tool that helps builders, architects, designers and specifiers.

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