My shortlist (0 item)

    News

    New seven storey sustainable residential project approved for Brunswick
    New seven storey sustainable residential project approved for Brunswick

    A new multi-storeyed medium density residential project has been launched by Melbourne-based boutique developer Antipodean Land in Brunswick.


    Robotic bricklayer completes first house in less than 72 hours
    Robotic bricklayer completes first house in less than 72 hours

    Hadrian X, the commercial version of the robotic bricklayer created by the Perth-based robotic technology company FBR Ltd has completed its first house in less than three days.


    INTERNATIONAL SNAPSHOT: Futuristic Japanese space lab; 'Origami lava' art in Spain; Chinese "Courtyard Kindergarten"
    INTERNATIONAL SNAPSHOT: Futuristic Japanese space lab; 'Origami lava' art in Spain; Chinese "Courtyard Kindergarten"

    Let’s take a look at some of the world’s latest innovations in architecture and design.


    NSW releases Indigenous land planning ideas
    NSW releases Indigenous land planning ideas

    In a first for the state, the NSW Government has released a set of planning measures to assist the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council (Darkinjung) achieve better economic outcomes from its land.


    PODCAST Ep. 7: Talking design work with Furtado Sullivan director, Sandra Furtado
    PODCAST Ep. 7: Talking design work with Furtado Sullivan director, Sandra Furtado

    In this episode of Talking Architecture and Design, we talk to Sandra Furtado, principal and director of Sydney-based architecture studio Furtado Sullivan.


    CRC for Low Carbon Living on track to meet 10mgts target by 2020
    CRC for Low Carbon Living on track to meet 10mgts target by 2020

    Low carbon experts from around the globe are gathering at the Adelaide National Wine Centre today to discuss how the latest CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) research is contributing to lowering carbon emissions in Australia’s built environment.


    Porter Davis announced as winners of HIA Victoria Award for the twelfth time
    Porter Davis announced as winners of HIA Victoria Award for the twelfth time

    Porter Davis has been awarded the title of ​Major Builder of the Year at the annual Housing Institute Association (Victoria) awards.


    Australian team designs innovative ‘flying hospital’
    Australian team designs innovative ‘flying hospital’

    An Australian-based multinational team from HDR won the ‘Breaking Through’ prize at the Healthcare Design Expo and Coference in Phoenix, Arizona for its Mobile Acute Services Hospital (MASH) project.


    Australia leads global green building boom with its 2000th green building
    Australia leads global green building boom with its 2000th green building

    The World Green Building Trends 2018 SmartMarket Report, released by Dodge Data and Analytics, indicates support for the green building sector is growing globally, with organisations across the construction industry shifting towards more sustainable materials and practices.


    Cox Architecture-designed vertical school to come up in Brisbane
    Cox Architecture-designed vertical school to come up in Brisbane

    Work on Queensland’s first vertical school has begun in Brisbane with the concept aimed at maximising built-up spaces on compact urban footprints.


    NSW to get more play areas and more parkland says NSW government
    NSW to get more play areas and more parkland says NSW government

    The NSW minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts has announced a new inclusive play space in Sydney’s west, funded by a $1.5 million NSW Government grant.


    Australian version of world’s strongest forestry standard launched
    Australian version of world’s strongest forestry standard launched

    Australia’s Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) has launched an Australian certification standard for responsible forestry, achieving a ground-breaking first in the protection and management of the nation’s forests.


    Back to Top