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    News Archive for July 2019

    Micro housing design competition calls for entries

    Entries are open for Micro Housing 2019, with designers across the globe encouraged to enter.

    New green village planned for Southbank

    A green, vibrant community village is planned for the inner-Melbourne suburb of Southbank, including affordable housing and ample public facilities.

    Lendlease announces new solar farm in the NT

    Lendlease in partnership with Capella Capital has announced a new solar contract with the Department of Defence.

    Five Woods Bagot projects make WAF Awards shortlist

    Five Woods Bagot projects have entered the shortlist for the 2019 World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards.

    Meet the first FRONT Ambassadors

    Taking place in International Towers’ Tower Three at Barangaroo, 29-30 August, the FRONT commercial design event is one of the most business-oriented and learning-driven events Australia has ever seen.

    GHD leads Queensland’s Daydream Island resort transformation

    Queensland’s Daydream Island resort recently reopened for business following an extensive renovation project led by GHD.

    Corian Design Awards 2019 Edition 2 Winners

    CASF Australia announces the winners of Corian Design Awards 2019 for Outstanding Design Edition 2.

    CME relaunches slate-look Barrington roof tiles

    Composite Materials Engineering (CME) announces the relaunch of Barrington roof tiles in the Australian market.

    New 3D cork wall tiles added to Havwoods’ Vertical collection

    International timber flooring brand, Havwoods has introduced a new collection of solid cork wall tiles to its Vertical collection.

    Regional cities beware – fast rail might lead to disadvantaged dormitories, not booming economies

    Governments are looking to fast rail services to regional cities to relieve population pressures in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. But what economic effect might these fast links have on the regional cities?

    Sustainable designer William Chan makes Forbes ’30 Under 30’

    Australian sustainable designer HY William Chan has been dubbed “a game-changing business and industry leader” in sustainable architecture, earning him a spot in Forbes ’30 Under 30’ list.

    Open house at Werribee Mansion this month

    Visitors will be able to inspect Werribee Mansion for free and experience the grandeur of the heritage-listed building and surrounding park during the Open House Melbourne Weekend 10am to 4pm on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July 2019.

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