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With October behind us, let’s take a look at the top 10 stories covered by Architecture & Design this month. Click on the title to read the full story, and let us know which ones were your favourites – or what else we should have covered.
Director of firm SJB Adam Haddow is set to open an architect’s bookshop in days.
According to a recent ABC News story, self-driving vehicles have been tested on the streets of the Adelaide CBD in a bid to prove the potential for the technology to make Australian streets safer.
Free public transport would benefit everyone, especially those on low incomes.
Most Australians live in cities, but there seems to be a collective desire to escape the concrete and glass for green fields and open spaces.
Solatube Australia has introduced a new solar-powered solution designed to remove excess heat from your roof cavity and reduce the interior temperature in your home in summer.
Has transport infrastructure kept pace with the increasing development and expansion of suburban areas across Australia?
Women represent 31 percent of the total architecture population in Australia; however, their presence is not so widespread among the senior levels, says gender equity advocacy group Parlour in a new report.
The $5.5 billion Northern Beaches Hospital in Frenchs Forest, Sydney has officially opened, three months ahead of schedule.
New Heritage Overlays have been approved for 65 Melbourne CBD sites and laneways.
Following six years of development, hundreds of residents recently celebrated the opening of the $61 million Green Square Library and Plaza.
Vergola, the original, energy-efficient, open and close louvre roof system featured on more than 12,000 homes in Sydney and Northern NSW, is celebrating 30 years of business success this year.