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    Thomas Archer achieves distinct design aesthetic with Hebel

    Melbourne-based boutique building and design company Thomas Archer is well-known for creating beautifully crafted homes that capture the essence of a stylish, contemporary Australian lifestyle.

    Melbourne Arrivals Hall renovation completed by Grimshaw

    Grimshaw has completed the second phase of the T2 International Arrivals Hall redevelopment at Melbourne Airport, its second built project at the site.

    Sydney's disastrous flood wasn't unprecedented: we're about to enter a 50-year period of frequent, major floods

    Last month’s flood in the Hawkesbury-Nepean River region of western Sydney peaked at a staggering 12.9 metres, with water engulfing road signs and reaching the tops of many houses.

    Carter Williamson Principal awarded Life Fellowship

    Carter Williamson’s Shaun Carter has been elevated to Life Fellowship by the NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects.

    Building industry asked to keep waterways clean

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    Cumberland State Forest National Park decision delays rezoning proposal

    The Hills Shire Council has placed a Cumberland State Forest land rezoning proposal on hold until it receives clarity as to whether the forest will be declared a national park by the NSW Government.

    Report: School kids exposed to excess carbon dioxide

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    The importance of designing for dignity in aged care, with sustainability in mind

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    Forge Ahead broadloom carpet now in stock

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    7 common mistakes you should avoid in architectural renders urges you to avoid the seven deadly sins of common architectural rendering mistakes, so you can transform your renders into marketing magic.

    Poor design of Perth streets affecting liveability, says urban planner

    Eric Denholm, an urban planner with Hatch RobertsDay, has called for an overhaul of Perth’s local street design standards as they are better suited to major roads and highways.

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