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Part of the 'Radical Sydney' event, a screening of There Goes Our Neighbourhood will be held in Sydney on 21 February, 2019.
Architeam, a non-profit cooperative of emerging small-to-medium architecture practices, has announced its 2019 conference for architects.
As predictions for the Internet of Things’ growth continues at an exponential rate, new data from global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon reveals that many businesses have a significant lack of knowledge for utilising the technology.
The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) has welcomed nation-building projects identified in the 2019 Infrastructure Australia Priorities List and called for all governments to commit to their development.
Frank Gehry is working on a design for a 1,250-seat concert hall in Wimbledon, London.
Architectural firm Bates Smart is celebrating Melbourne Design Week with its own exhibition titled Time + Space.
Electric vehicles are driving the initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector.
Optus Stadium is in the running for the world’s Stadium of the Year.
Conflicting messages from owners corporations about buildings with safe cladding are leaving potential apartment buyers confused.
Cbus Property has revealed plans for the Woods Bagot-designed 83 Pirie, a $300 million commercial project in the heart of the Adelaide CBD.
The House Infrastructure, Transport and Cities Committee inquiry into automated mass transit is shifting into turbo, with hearings set for next week to investigate the potential of hydrogen gas as a way to power public transport.
Researchers at the University of Michigan are studying various aspects of humans in motion to teach self driving cars how to recognise and predict pedestrian movements with greater precision.