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    Top 10 articles for June: From the world's tallest timber tower to a touch of mid-century modernism in Brisbane

    With June behind us, let’s take a look at the top 10 stories covered throughout the month. Click on the title to read the full story, and let us know which ones were your favourites – or what else we should have covered.

    1. First glimpse inside the world’s tallest timber tower


    Lendlease has provided a first look inside 25 King, the world’s tallest engineered timber office building. 

    2. Architect turns a 1950s Perth house into his dream family home


    Architect David Hartree has designed his own family home, undertaking a major renovation of a 1950s house in East Fremantle.

    3. Spatial complexity creates peace and harmony in a family home


    Coorparoo House carefully negotiates a sloping site to harness views of the city and garden, while also maintaining privacy through stepped floor levels and separate zones for family members. 

    4. Auchenflower House: A touch of mid-century modernism in inner Brisbane


    In the Brisbane suburb of Auchenflower sits a contemporary home that respectfully reinterprets the traditional character of its locality. 

    5. Wireless charging of vehicles now possible with concrete breakthrough


    A new breakthrough in concrete by Australian advanced materials technology company, Talga Resources promises to revolutionise a broad range of existing and emerging transport applications.

    6. Heritage house blurs the boundary between old and new


    This Edwardian house was in decent shape but needed a lot of work to try and get it back to its former glory.

    7. Sydney home extension 'like a pavilion in the garden'


    This Sydney home extension was designed with the intention to bring in natural light and garden views, making the new living area feel like a garden pavilion.

    8. The whimsical children's hospital designed from a child's perspective


    Driving along Winthrop Avenue, the animated lighting of artist Stuart Green’s “fizz” sculpture and the green façade instantly identifies the children’s hospital, a visual wonderland for families driving past at night.

    9. Architectus appoints four more members to an ever-growing team


    Architecture, urban design and planning practice, Architectus, has made four new appointments as a response to Australia’s construction boom.

    10. Waltzing Matilda: The outback museum that rose from the ashes


    The newly-opened Waltzing Matilda Centre replaces the original centre which was destroyed by fire in 2015.

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