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    News Archive for January 2016

    The Greenwall Company presents double sided greenwalls as a practical green dividing solution

    The Greenwall Company introduces practical greening solutions with double-sided greenwalls designed to offer a versatile green dividing solution.

    Hassell answers critics and planning requirements with reconfigured Darling Harbour Ribbon

    One of the most polarising development proposals in recent Sydney history has undergone a pre-construction facelift that could appease the attitudes of at least some of its critics.

    Australia Day Honours for Australian Institute of Architects Fellows

    Australian Institute of Architects Fellows John Gollings and Donald Goldsworthy were honoured on the occasion of Australia Day for their contribution to the architecture industry.

    Dr Dominique Hes to present at BDAV’s CPD seminar; focus on creativity in sustainable design

    The Building Designers Association of Victoria is organising a CPD seminar in Melbourne featuring a presentation by sustainability expert Dr Dominique Hes.

    Juhani Pallasmaa to begin Australian lecture series in February as part of Droga Residency 2016

    Well-known Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa will begin his 12-week Droga Residency in February.

    Whitepaper: Designing Energy Efficient Homes With Minimal Power Bills

    Energy usage and sustainability is a growing concern in Australia, with home energy consumption a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.

    Accessible acoustic timber ceiling tiles ideal for sensitive restoration

    SUPAWOOD’s SUPATILE 10 acoustic timber ceiling tiles have provided a sensitive and attractive solution to address noise reverberation and accessibility at Wesley College in South Perth.

    Crowne Plaza Melbourne achieves 25% reduction in gas consumption by replacing old boilers

    Automatic Heating replaced the aging atmospheric boilers at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne with new condensing hot water heaters.

    Tensile introduces new Webnet stainless steel mesh for safety and fall prevention

    Tensile announces a new fully customisable safety solution based on its Webnet mesh for use indoors or outdoors as a fall prevention mechanism.

    Spantech constructs multipurpose shade structure at St Pius X School, Qld

    Spantech was commissioned by architects Fairweather Proberts to construct a multipurpose shade structure and complete ancillary works over an existing court at the St Pius X School in Salisbury Qld.

    High‐level clerestory Altair louvre windows installed at Victorian‐era house extension

    Altair louvre windows from Breezway were installed as part of an extension project at a Victorian‐era house in Abbotsford, Melbourne.

    RMIT's Technics & Touch exhibition tests the limits of human and robot proficiencies

    The RMIT Design Hub will host an exhibition, Technics & Touch to test the limits of human and robot proficiencies, with a symposium to discuss the implications of the research project.

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