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    News Archive for April 2019

    Sydney rewards innovative sustainability projects

    Innovative sustainability projects and businesses have been awarded $400,000-worth of grants by the City of Sydney.


    NSW Architecture Awards shortlist announced

    Led by chair of Juries Peter Poulet, this year’s juries for the 2019 NSW Architecture Awards have revealed their shortlist of 97 entries.


    INDE.Awards 2019 official shortlist announced

    The 2019 INDE.Awards Shortlist has finally been announced.


    G-Force HQ gets a striking exterior with DECO timber look battens and cladding

    DecoWood timber-look products by DECO were supplied to G-Force Constructions for their new headquarters in Richmond, Victoria.


    ACA calls for better industry consultation across the architecture and design industry

    The Building Confidence Report Implementation Plan (BCRIP) has been released, so what does it mean for the architecture profession, where are the opportunities and what are the challenges, asks the Association of Consulting Architects (ACA).


    Nothing to fear? How humans (and other intelligent animals) might ruin the autonomous vehicle utopia

    Barely any resource or thought is being given to the question of how humans will ultimately respond to the AV fleet.


    Notre Dame rebuild: The most interesting ideas so far

    The competition for the rebuild of Notre Dame’s fallen spire is heating up. Here is a collection of some of the best, worst and overall most interesting ideas so far.


    ATDC screens deliver shopfront security at Perth airport duty free stores

    Movable security screens from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) were installed at two duty free stores for the Swiss based Dufry AG at Perth International Airport.


    Jan Schellhoff & Angela Ferguson on future-proofing our skyscrapers

    The rapid growth rate of Australia’s urban populations demands the design of skyscrapers that are not only relevant today but well into the future.


    Louvre windows ensure ventilation, light and safety at York and George

    Louvre windows from Safetyline Jalousie were specified for the apartments at the York and George building in Sydney.


    Swisspearl high-density fibre cement cladding: An exceptionally diverse range for more design flexibility

    With a natural cement look, a diversity of colour and tone, and endless variations in texture, Swisspearl high-density fibre cement cladding is a building façade option unlike any other. Available in a wide range of colours and finishes, non-combustible Swisspearl high-density fibre cement cladding panels offer design flexibility, as well as total peace of mind.


    Kerry Fyfe joins PTW

    Kerry Fyfe has joined the leadership team at PTW.


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