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Water authorities are asking Melburnians to help with a new system of 'smart' rainwater tanks and urban lakes that can provide crucial water to support platypus habitat when it's most needed—just before the breeding season.
The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is encouraging the community to have its say on a proposed new residential, commercial and community hub at the Hills Showground Station Precinct in Castle Hill.
A 220-square-metre experimental building under construction at the Technical University of Dresden (TU Dresden) in Germany could be the world’s first building made entirely of carbon fibre reinforced concrete.
Doubling as a front door to the Sydney CBD, Brookfield Place Sydney has been reinvigorated by Make Architects and Architectus to give an account of the harbour city like no other.
Property Developer Crown Group has been rewarded for its work on the Waterfall by Crown development, with the $400 million multi-residential building jointly awarded the City of Sydney Lord Mayor’s Prize at the 2021 NSW Architecture Awards.
Sadie Burling has over 30 years’ experience in senior executive roles leading operational and strategic perspectives within acute care, aged care and child care for public, church/charitable and for-profit domains.
In the wake of major NSW legislative and regulatory reforms to improve building quality and safety, three peak bodies have released a guide for design practitioners and engineers.
Nespresso and Balarinji have teamed up with Indigenous artists to create a range of artworks made of recycled coffee capsules to launch the Doing Is Everything campaign, in an effort to highlight the importance of recycling.
Sydney-based alternative asset manager Fife Capital has lodged an application for a planned 17-storey mixed use residential and office development in the Sydney CBD.
Hobart-based landscape architecture and urban design studio Playstreet took home three awards at the 2021 Tasmania Landscape Architecture Awards announced on Friday by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA).
With Brisbane confirmed as the host of the Olympic Games for 2032, attention now turns to growth in the region that will coincide with the infrastructure being put in place for the games.
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.