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As the end of September approaches, we take a look at the top 10 stories from the month that was.
A packed music line-up has been announced for this year’s edition of the country’s most responsible festival, to take place in Melbourne on Friday 22 December.
An event in Sydney next month will bring together leading figures in construction to discuss mental health in the industry.
For the first time ever, Open House will bring its annual celebration of local architecture to the Sunshine Coast.
Kohler Co takes their design crush on metals to new levels with the introduction of a new Titanium-finish range of tapware for bathrooms.
A recent policy pledge by Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen has given fresh heart to campaigners for the restoration of the former National Housing Supply Council (NHSC).
Designs for a 14-level apartment building that includes “the most expensive apartment in Melbourne” have been revealed by Bruce Henderson Architects.
According to Rothelowman principal Stuart Marsland, architects are finding innovative ways to offer new building typologies as town planners grapple with multiple market factors that are influencing the push to provide all the convenience and connectivity of city living in a suburban context.
Ahead of the full program launch next week, Open House have announced three highlights of the Open House Ballarat program, which will run between 28 and 29 October.
The Property Council of Australia (PCA) wants a 100 percent ban on the further use and sale of polyethylene (PE) core aluminium composite panels, as well as the systematic auditing of existing buildings that carry any cladding.
Work has started on Western Sydney’s newest sports stadium on the site of the old Pirtek stadium in Parramatta.
A new development application proposes a seven-storey commercial office space above two existing heritage buildings in Sydney.