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    News Archive for September 2019

    Owners of iconic Modern buildings condemn heritage listing

    Owners of Modern Movement buildings in Sydney have disputed a report by TKD Architects declaring they should be heritage listed.

    Venetian blinds with wireless control provide sun-shading at Sydney’s Golf House

    The iconic Golf House address in Surry Hills, Sydney is now home to luxury residences that epitomise architectural design excellence in an urban environment.

    Extinction debt: Urban biodiversity may be the answer

    In order to counteract the effects of global warming, we need to consider ways to enhance biodiversity within our cities.

    Asset ownership key to understanding class in the 21st Century

    Work and employment status no longer the sole driver of inequality.

    Finding humanitarian solutions through modular design

    British design studio Cutwork has designed the Cortex Shelter, an easily assembled and affordable housing solution for the global refugee crisis.

    A lot to learn: Specifying internal walls for childcare centres

    It must be said that designing an early learning centre (ELC) is a special beast. There’s the unique set of design standards and minimum requirements for things such as floorspace, fall zones, entrapment, amenity and storage.

    Rudd's rental affordability scheme was a $1 billion gift to developers. Abbott was right to axe it

    The value of the NRAS subsidy was set much higher than it needed to be. Other policies, such as building social housing and boosting Commonwealth Rent Assistance, would be better targeted and waste less money along the way.

    Three projects compete for Vic Premier’s Sustainability Awards - Built Environment

    A residential accommodation complex at Monash University, a sustainably designed apartment development in Melbourne, and a sustainability program in Gannawarra Shire are the three finalists in the Built Environment category of the Premier’s Sustainability Awards.

    $2B residential masterplan unveiled for Melbourne’s Moonee Valley Racecourse

    Feehan Row is a premium residential offering of the Moonee Valley Park project, a mixed use development planned on the 40-acre Moonee Valley Racecourse in Melbourne.

    Being prepared for bushfires year round

    Security screens from Crimsafe Security Systems are tested to meet the highest levels in bushfire protection.

    [Video] Find out how SBS Group builds smarter

    SBS Group is a specialist manufacturer of prefabricated steel framing systems for the commercial construction industry.

    Why is prefinished plywood better for design projects?

    When it comes to specifying plywood for design projects, it’s always wise to choose prefinished panels.

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