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    Why Sydney residents use 30 percent more water per day than Melburnians

    Sydney is using far more water than experts predicted. Why do Sydney residents use so much more water than people in Melbourne?

    Frasers announces a raft of promotions

    Frasers Property has announced a series of internal promotions in its executive team from 1 June.

    Frank Lloyd Wright-designed concrete block house on sale

    Pappas House, designed by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is on the market for $1.2 million.

    Community engagement missing for urban greening

    Lack of community support and awareness is impeding the implementation of urban green strategies, according to new research by 202020 Vision.

    AFS achieves CodeMark certification for rediwall PVC walling system

    AFS Systems announces that their rediwall PVC walling system has achieved CodeMark certification, making it fully compliant and fit for purpose.

    Fender Katsalidis designs $5 million Hobart cultural precinct

    Fender Katsalidis has designed a new $5 million cultural and entertainment district for the centre of Hobart, which will be known as ‘In the Hanging Garden’.

    Episode 15: Koos de Keijzer talks urbanism and why architects are more than just 3D enablers

    Koos de Keijzer, a founding partner and principal of DKO Architecture has built a highly regarded role as an urban designer and architect, with a particular expertise in residential developments.

    Glazed curtain walls with SEFAR fabric installed at University of Sydney building

    Architectural Glass & Cladding is a supplier of bespoke, high performance architectural façade solutions, with over 15 years of industry experience throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

    NSW Government and CRCLCL combine to launch TV show

    A new YouTube pilot, Renovate or Rebuild is set to combine reality-TV with behavioural science by encouraging Australian home owners to choose healthier and more energy efficient homes.

    Taming wild cities: the tall buildings of Australia show why we need strong design guidelines

    Why is there such a gulf between what the centres of Australian cities look like, including their public spaces, and community expectations?

    Insurance gets more challenging for construction sector

    At a time when the construction industry is going through a tough phase, insurers are now tightening the norms, making it more challenging for building businesses to obtain insurance.

    Study links childhood anxiety to air pollution

    According to the World Health Organization, air pollution is responsible for millions of deaths every year globally.

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