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    Knauf Insulation has achieved the Eurofins Indoor Air Comfort Gold Standard for their revolutionary glasswool products.


    2019 PGH Bricks Styles Guide inspires with nine on-trend palettes

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    Episode 26: Talking Architecture & Design talks with Dyson's Will Darvill & Associate Professor Sean Cain from Monash University

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    Award-winning architect Jeanne Gang to speak at Powerhouse Museum

    For the first time in Sydney, the founding principal of Studio Gang and MacArthur Fellow architect Jeanne Gang will discuss her award-winning practice and design process in a free talk at the Powerhouse Museum on 28 October 2019.


    Why sustainable design improves students’ learning

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    We can make roof tiles with built-in solar cells – now the challenge is to make them cheaper

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    SBS steel frames reduce cost and waste at Frederick Street apartments

    A steel frame solution fabricated and supplied by SBS Group helped reduce overall costs and minimise wastage at the Frederick Street project in Doncaster, Victoria.


    ASBEC takes charge on net zero carbon buildings

    A new report by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) brings into focus the role of embodied carbon in the increasing global emissions problem.


    Deakin study sets roadmap for better access and inclusion in Geelong

    A community-driven initiative in Geelong led by people with disability, aims to enhance both accessibility and inclusion in the city.


    ‘National settlement strategy’ needed for population regulation: Stokes

    The NSW planning minister has endorsed the idea of a ‘national settlement strategy’ to help reduce the pressure on infrastructure by regulating Australia’s population.


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