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    News Archive for December 2019

    AAA looks at the State Theatre Centre, Perth

    Perth’s State Theatre Centre offers up both glitz and glam befitting the jewel in the crown of the boom and bust town’s Cultural Precinct. But its value lies in its mediation between drama and sensitivity. It’s silence and sound, darkness and light, smoke and mirrors.

    Sydney community beats water restrictions with technology

    While Level 2 water restrictions have been introduced across Sydney, there is one community in Box Hill that will still be able to wash their cars, hose down the driveway and maintain their gardens.

    Australian architects commit to Net Zero 2030 in collective global action

    Two Australian architectural practices joined more than 500 businesses from across the world in committing to net zero carbon emissions by 2030 at COP25, the UN Climate Conference in Madrid

    Andrew Allsop newly-appointed partner at Gray Puksand Brisbane

    Andrew Allsop, formerly director of architecture at GHDWoodhead has joined Gray Puksand’s Brisbane studio.

    University towns fuelling regional growth

    University towns are continuing to drive population and economic growth across NSW, according to the 2019 NSW Population Projections released today.

    State Library Victoria proves libraries aren't just about books: they're about community

    Public libraries embody the values of democracy by offering free access to knowledge. But the role of contemporary public libraries extends far beyond access to books.

    New online tool ensuring good design in noisy environments

    Baines Masonry Blocks has introduced a new tool that allows designers and specifiers to choose the correct walling solution for specific project requirements.

    Raw concrete and brick based minimalist palette at new Wilkhahn showroom

    The Wilkhahn showroom in Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills combines a minimalist materials palette with abundant natural light to create a striking street presence for the European brand.

    Sydney skyline to soar higher

    Skyscrapers in Sydney CBD will soon reach 350-metre heights following the NSW Government’s in-principle support for new planning proposals that will remove the 40-year cap on building heights.

    Will Lakin joins Buchan Perth as new principal

    Leading Australasian architectural practice Buchan announces the appointment of Will Lakin as principal in their Perth studio.

    Get specialist advice when designing with stone

    If you are planning to use stone in your next project, read these two tips from Rhodes Architectural Stone.

    ASKIN ViviD cladding meets brief for fire performance and finish at Adelaide hospital

    An exterior cladding system from ASKIN Performance Panels was specified for the Ashford Hospital in Adelaide, South Australia during a major upgrade of the healthcare facility.

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