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    News Archive for July 2021

    USG Boral ceilings meet acoustic, colour and aesthetic brief for SkyCity expansion

    USG Boral delivered unique customisable ceiling solutions for the multi-million-dollar expansion of Adelaide’s SkyCity Entertainment precinct.


    Starting from scratch

    Given the evolution of sustainable design, why not award those who look to implement these practices into new houses with the Single Dwelling (New) category.


    Matthews makes two acquisitions for its senior leadership team

    Adelaide-based practice Matthews Architects has made two appointments to its team, with Yvonne Rantzen appointed Senior Interior Designer, while Kevin Leek joins the team as Senior Architect.


    We need microgrid power now for a greener future

    The extreme heat currently scorching and burning through the western United States has sparked a debate in Washington about the capacity of centralised power grids to deal with the exigencies of climate change.


    NSW continues the greening of Frenchs Forest

    A new vibrant town centre, 2000 extra homes, road upgrades and more public space form a 20-year vision to support the future growth of Frenchs Forest.


    Two key appointments for Architectus’ Interior outfit

    Architectus has made two new appointments to its national Interior Architecture team, with Stirling Fletcher joining as a Senior Associate, and Sara-Jane Bacon to Associate.


    All about non-combustible walls

    The BCA stipulates critical elements of a building to be non-combustible, so that in the event of a fire, the failure of these components or elements will not cause or allow, for example, the building to collapse


    A host of promotions made at SJB

    SJB have announced a raft of appointments in the practice’s Melbourne architecture and planning studios, as it looks to account for the growth in mixed-use, commercial and residential sectors, as well as a drive towards sustainable design practices.


    UNESCO names Copenhagen as World Capital of Architecture for 2023

    As the UNESCO-UIA World Capital of Architecture for 2023, Copenhagen will host a series of major events and programmes on the theme ‘Sustainable Futures – Leave No One Behind’.


    Paragon systems open up light, air, views and space at Hornsby apartments

    Each of the three-bedroom apartments features an enclosed balcony, with Paragon architectural sliding doors opening out from the living room.


    Our guide to pairing tiles with ABI tapware colours

    Tiling a room can be an easy way to update your space, and your tapware should play into that too!


    Sika sealant protects artistic mosaic at Hague Central Station fountain

    The modernisation of The Hague Central Railway Station in Netherlands saw the transformation of the Anna van Bueren square into a lively city space.


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