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As we come to the close of 2017, we reflect on the year that was. We’ve compiled a snapshot of this year’s highlights, revisiting the top 10 stories from each month. From all of us here at Architecture & Design, we wish you a safe and happy holiday break. We look forward to bringing you more architectural content in 2018.
As 2017 comes to a close, we look back at the top 10 stories covered in this final month of the year.
The Central South Yarra apartments in Melbourne, Victoria combine striking architectural design and commanding views with innovative construction methods to create a true residential landmark.
Mussan Salon, a boutique hair and beauty salon based in Perth, WA features luxury flooring from Armstrong Flooring Pty Ltd to match their promise of a luxury experience.
USG Boral has been working with Habitat for Humanity Australia, providing both material and labour support to the organisation’s home building program.
Celebrate colour once again with the iconic 32nd annual Dulux Colour Awards now open for entry.
According to the latest IBIS report, the architectural sector has performed reasonably well over the past five years, however there are leaner times ahead, the research group found.
The CIMIC Group of companies, which includes CPB Contractors, Leighton Asia and Pacific Partnerships, are the first Australian companies to achieve Kitemark certification for excellence in Building Information Modelling (BIM) from the international standards body, the British Standards Institution (BSI).
StoneSet Permeable Paving offers a comprehensive range of paving solutions for senior living facilities, retirement homes and nursing homes, all designed to provide a safer and more pleasant experience for residents.
Designs have been released. The Point Resort Apartments, Cox Architecture’s $35-million “lifestyle resort” in regional Victoria.
The Design Institute of Australia (DIA) are calling designers of all disciplines to respond to a nationwide Fee and Salary Survey.