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    News Archive for September 2014

    EPLAN Platform Version 2.4 selected Editor’s Pick of the Week by Desktop Engineering

    Desktop Engineering has selected EPLAN Platform 2.4 as its Editor’s Pick of the Week for September 24, 2014.

    BVN shortlisted in seven award categories at WAF

    Three projects designed by BVN have been shortlisted in seven award categories in the World Architecture Festival (WAF) being held in Singapore this week.

    Form & Function: Efficiently Installed High-Performance Design

    Prefabricated convenience can save time, money and headaches…

    The Oaks Hotel reinvented with a touch of rustic old-world charm

    SUPAWOOD supplies rustic timber for the Oaks Hotel ceilings which needed customising to meet the acoustic and structural engineers’ requirement.

    DIA VIC-TAS branch elects new leadership team

    The Design Institute of Australia (DIA) Victoria Tasmania Branch has elected a new leadership team for 2014-2015.

    ‘Cloud Citizen’ skyscraper is a suspended metropolis designed for Shenzen Bay

    A proposal for an eco-friendly, cloud-shaped high-rise has been awarded top honours in Shenzhen Bay Super City Masterplan Competition.

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    5 fabulous cafes, bars and restaurants in Australia that marry food, service and design

    Interior design for hospitality projects is a puzzle with many pieces that represent a whole host of elements, from food and produce to style, atmosphere and design.

    Open house: Cooper Park House features cubist form that encourages onlookers to stop and stare

    The oversized pivot entry door and transparent gate to Cooper Park House, NSW are seldom closed; an invitation for pedestrians to stop and peer through the house and into the natural parkland beyond.

    Generation Y in mind with LAVA’s winning Y-shape youth hostel design

    It’s budget accommodation with a twist, or should we say with a ‘Y’?

    Victoria celebrates yardstick engineering projects in anticipation of massive Melbourne growth

    Melbourne city prepares to double in size and its population expected to soar to 10 million by 2051; Engineers Australia are making it known that quality engineering solutions to the city’s infrastructure is essential.

    Gold Coast University Hospital by Aurecon and Jacobs wins big at Queensland engineering awards

    Australia’s largest health infrastructure development completed to date has clinched the top Building and Structures prize at the QLD Engineering Excellence Awards.

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