My shortlist (0 item)

    News Archive for November 2015

    Minimising Downtime in Hospitals Starts with Design

    Hospital design presents a host of unique challenges to architects and specifiers. With ever-changing codes and standards, increasing medical complexity and operational requirements, satisfying every demand of a hospital project is an onerous task.


    Minimising Downtime in Hospitals Starts with Design

    Hospital design presents a host of unique challenges to architects and specifiers. With ever-changing codes and standards, increasing medical complexity and operational requirements, satisfying every demand of a hospital project is an onerous task.


    New Swiss laminate floors replacing natural timber in homes at a lower cost with all the same health benefits

    The average Australian is no longer an outdoors person, with a new study revealing that most Australians spend an average of 90 per cent of their life indoors.


    Fulton Trotter’s Noosa school for disengaged and disadvantaged youth wins top international architecture award

    FTA's Noosa Flexible Learning Centre project has won a top education architecture award at the 2015 Association for Learning Environments (ALE) Annual Conference and Expo .


    Get your abstracts in for 2016 Making Cities Liveable Conference

    The 2016 Making Cities Liveable Conference will once again bring focus back on the quality of life in cities with an extensive conference program.


    New associates promoted to support ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s expansion

    Architecture firm ClarkeHopkinsClarke (CHC) announces the promotion of Clare Kwok and James Kelly to practice associates.


    New international competition seeks next big infrastructure idea for Sydney

    Industry body Consult Australia has launched a new international competition seeking out the next big infrastructure ideas for Sydney.


    Breezway louvre windows in Darwin display homes maximise flow of natural light and fresh breeze

    Breezway louvre windows have been installed in display homes at the Northern Star project site to maximise the flow of natural light and fresh breeze into the home.


    Robertson's moves into new office space, new showroom coming soon

    Robertson's Building Products has moved into new premises at Building 5, 650 Church Street, Cremorne.


    Yacht features Ezone Marine glass with DuraShield Marine interlayer for energy efficiency and comfort

    Ezone Marine glass with the unique DuraShield Marine glass interlayer from Glasshape was incorporated into the King Baby yacht for greater energy efficiency, natural light flow and comfort.


    GEOMETRIX 3-D metal ceiling panels add extra dimension to lecture theatre ceiling at La Trobe University

    Metal ceiling panels from USG Boral were specified for the West Lecture Theatre at La Trobe University, located in Victoria, Australia to refresh the space.


    The Truth About Conventional Locks – Is Your Building Secure?

    The conventional pin tumbler locks is the most common commercial and residential design used in Australia.


    Back to Top