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    News Archive for June 2016

    New Green Square aquatic centre and park to make sustainability history

    The largest aquatic centre to be built in Sydney since the 2000 Olympics will strive for the most ambitious sustainability target ever set for the type of facility.

    Cladding lead time challenge met thanks to supply chain teamwork

    Back in early September 2015 Futurewood were asked to attend a meeting with a well-regarded commercial builder regarding the availability of a good value weatherproof composite cladding product.

    Hope amid political turmoil - Brexit, Trump and our own domestic policy

    Last week the Brexit vote shocked the nations, this Saturday we have our own election and in November the United States presidency elections could top everything for uncertainty and insecurity. Momentous times lie ahead.

    Vo Trong Nghia's 'Green Ladder', bamboo pavilion transported to Sydney

    Renowned Vietnamese architect, Vo Trong Nghia will bring his bamboo architectural pavilion to Sydney for a six month exhibition

    Warren and Mahoney announce two major principal appointments

    Former Crone Partners Nicholas Bandounas and Vish Kunjur will take up the positions and together have more than 16 years’ experience working as architects in the private and government sectors.

    GBCA welcomes Coalition's commitment to fund Smart Cities

    GBCA has described the Prime Minister’s commitment to fund smart, sustainable cities as a ‘step in the right direction’.

    Planning Better Suburbs: New Archi Team CPD on 7 July

    Archi Team announces a new CPD seminar for architects with an expert panel addressing questions about how they can influence suburban design.

    "A sustainable interior does not need to look retro, upcycled or recycled." Kate St. James, designer and editor

    Architecture and Design spoke to St. James about changes in the industry, designing with environmentally friendly products and how sustainable interiors can become a normal part of design.

    Covet presents new bespoke concrete tile Scale

    The new 'Scale' concrete tiles are part of a bespoke range of tiles available from Covet International.

    Bradford Thermoseal is now a Sensitive Choice® approved product

    Bradford Insulation (CSR) announces that their Thermoseal products have been approved by the National Asthma Council Australia’s Sensitive Choice® program.

    Simplifying specification of energy efficient windows for Australian conditions

    Wintec Systems have developed a wide range of functional and stylish WERS rated windows designed to meet the high demands for energy efficiency and weather performance.

    Tourism and community: 2016 Tasmanian Architecture Awards

    Tourism projects and community buildings were big winners at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2016 Tasmanian Architecture Awards announced in Hobart on 24 June.

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