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BVN has won gold and silver awards at the Melbourne Design Awards in the Urban Design and Co-Working and Studio Space categories.
HMAS Platypus, formerly a torpedo factory and submarine base for the Royal Australian Navy is now Sydney's newest foreshore hot spot.
Six design teams from Woods Bagot’s Melbourne studio are competing in an internal ideas and design competition to reimagine the “cookie cutter” homes of housing estates.
Urbis Australia’s international business, Cistri, will merge with leading urban development and economics consultancy Waters Economics, based in Hong Kong.
The Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project has received two additional honours: the Good Design Award Best in Class in the Architectural Design and Urban Design category and the 202020 Vision Green Design Award.
South Bank Corporation has won silver at the 2018 Melbourne Design Awards for Jem, a high-tech interactive sculpture that lights up the heart of the Flowstate parklands with millions of LEDs.
Carriageworks has announced a large-scale installation by acclaimed French conceptual artist Daniel Buren, in collaboration with French architect Patrick Bouchain.
The basement of one of Sydney’s most prominent buildings, EY Centre at 200 George Street, has been transformed into an urban farm as part of Cultivate, a Mirvac pilot program that brings healthy, local produce to office workers.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has announced the official launch of the website for the 2018 International Festival of Landscape Architecture: ‘The Expanding Field’, which is set to be held on the Gold Coast 11-14 October.
In 2017, the annual Architecture and Design Sustainability Awards quite simply rocked the Harbour City by showing the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry just how good sustainability can look.
Western-Australian households are expected to see significant long-term cost savings due to a new solar power purchasing agreement (PPA) that has been developed.
Blak Design Matters will open at the Koorie Heritage Trust, Federation Square on Friday 20 July and stay open until Sunday 30 September 2018 showcasing leading Indigenous designers from across Australia, while also exploring what is Indigenous design and why it matters.