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Hugh Broughton Architects has designed the Discovery Building, the British Antarctic Survey’s research station located in Antarctica.
Taylor + Hinds Architecture has scattered its Wukalina Walk Camp with timber, half-dome dwellings located along the northern edge of Wukalina (Mount William) to Larapuna (Eddystone Point).
The slogan “What you can measure, you can manage” has become a guiding principle for local climate action. There’s an accounting standard made for this purpose: the Global Protocol for Community-scale Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories.
Findings of a new study released by Princeton University reveal that the design of heating and cooling systems in buildings may have relied on inaccurate comfort measurements.
Darley Aluminium introduces ClimateGuard window and door systems designed to help maintain an ideal temperature in residential and commercial buildings.
Gineico Lighting provided a comprehensive lighting solution for the Seven Affiliate Sales office at Jones Bay Wharf, Sydney.
DMF International was engaged by a warehouse owner in Sydney to replace their existing and outdated roller shutter doors with robust and faster models.
Steel frames from SBS Group were used to reduce the requirement of structural steel at the Mont Albert Place project in Mont Albert, Victoria.
Kaynemaile™ created unique display pods using their Azure Blue mesh systems for Samsung’s head office in Seoul, South Korea.
Urbis has announced the appointment of Kate Meyrick, formerly CEO of The Hornery Institute, to the role of director in their newly-launched service offering, Future State. A passionate urbanist and place maker, Meyrick joins Urbis Group director James Tuma in leading this new strategic advisory unit.
Welcoming a new pet into the family can take some getting used to so for new additions, employees are eligible for an additional four days of paid leave each year, while an unwell, injured or loss of an animal allows for two days paid leave within personal/carers leave.
The widespread drought across NSW and QLD has forced many homeowners in drought-affected areas to reconsider their water usage in the home. One surprising solution has proved highly effective: water-saving toilets.