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    News Archive for October 2021

    The revolutionary tram stop platform project that utilises kerbside waste

    The Recycling Victoria Research and Development fund has awarded $300,000 to a project that will utilise recycled plastics from kerbside waste that will be used to construct innovative modular tram stops in Melbourne.


    Using smart cities to protect democracy

    The connectivity of smart cities can be used as a tool against neoliberalism, bringing people together and reviving the spirit of democracy.


    More than a conference - what’s on offer at the 2021 digital Sustainability Summit!

    Prizes, prizes, prizes….along with the latest insights on all matters sustainability, who could ask for anything more.


    Building name revealed for hive of activity in Parramatta Square

    The City of Parramatta Council has dubbed its new $130 million civic, cultural and community building, located at 5 Parramatta Square, as Parramatta Hive, or Phive for short.


    Sydney’s main transport hub to become ‘Silicon Central’

    Sydney’s Central precinct is on track to become a global technology hub with the approval of anchor-tenant Atlassian’s new headquarters and more land rezoned ready for the arrival of new technology players.


    The best Neoclassical Architecture from around the world

    The Neoclassical architectural style came to prominence, mainly in France and Italy, during the mid-18th century period.


    Mirvac unveils the Voyager, submits plans for new tower at Yarra’s Edge

    Following the successful completion of the $300 million 43-level Voyager luxury residential tower, Mirvac has submitted a revised planning application for tower 9 at its award-winning Yarra’s Edge community in Melbourne.


    Community grants to kickstart Sydney’s economic recovery

    The City of Sydney last week approved a $3 million fund to support more live music, research and cultural events as the city re-emerges from the pandemic.


    Make your design come to life with custom-coloured acoustic panels

    Choosing custom-coloured acoustic panels allows you to combine designer aesthetics with noise control.


    BINQ windows and doors specified for South Melbourne carbon neutral apartments

    Designed and built to deliver quality, durability and long term value to its residents, the development features products and materials that are low impact and responsibly sourced.


    Invisi-Gard security screens ensuring resident safety and comfort at aged care facilities

    Aged care facilities are increasingly investing in window security screens to ensure safety for their residents as well as contribute to their sense of wellbeing.


    EasyDRAIN Edge gets Australian Good Design nod

    EasyDRAIN Edge, an architectural and sustainable drainage system from Everhard Industries received the prestigious Good Design Award during the 2021 Good Design Awards Week.


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