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Construction begins on sculptural, translucent Fender Katsalidis tower
Construction has commenced at 32 Smith Street, Parramatta, on a sculptural, translucent office tower designed by Fender Katsalidis.
News | 25/03/2019
Conrad Gargett wins $200M placemaking project in Townsville
Australian design practice Conrad Gargett has been engaged to provide master planning and architectural services for an important placemaking project in Townsville, Queensland.
News | 07/01/2019
Woods Bagot-designed Howard Smith Wharves named Heritage Hero
A massive urban renewal project along the Brisbane River involving the restoration of Howard Smith Wharves has been named a Heritage Hero by the National Trust of Australia.
News | 17/12/2018
Fishermans Bend project to meet Green Star standards
The final framework released for the Fishermans Bend precinct, Australia’s largest urban renewal project, raises the bar on its environmental credentials.
News | 09/10/2018
New urban renewal to create thousands of jobs and houses
New jobs and affordable housing for thousands are just some of the anticipated benefits of the proposed multibillion-dollar Arden Masterplan, a major urban renewal project for this Melbourne neighbourhood.
News | 31/07/2018
Brisbane ‘eyesore’ to make way for new world class entertainment arena
A new $2 billion ultra-entertainment precinct will come up on the site of the Brisbane Transit Centre after it is demolished in 2020.
News | 20/06/2018
$24m “surf lagoon” approved for Sydney Olympic Park
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has given the green light to a $24-million, open water surf sports lagoon within Sydney Olympic Park.
News | 10/01/2018
Third and final Melbourne Quarter tower gains approval
The last commercial tower to make up the $1.9-billion Melbourne Quarter precinct has been given the official go-ahead.
News | 09/01/2018
Major works begin on 8,000sqm Fishermans Bend park
Yesterday, several roads around Melbourne’s Fishermans Bend precinct were permanently closed off for the commencement of major construction works.
News | 09/01/2018
Landscape and technology combine to make people-friendly streets
If Chris Isles thought “a good street is a place that prioritises people over cars” before the recent Future Street installation on Alfred Street at Sydney’s iconic Circular Quay, he was completely convinced after this public event.
News | 01/12/2017
Vic govt release framework for Australia’s largest urban renewal project
The Victorian government has released a draft framework for what is to become Australia’s largest urban renewal project, Fishermans Bend.
News | 25/10/2017
LAVA releases $15b Garden Island vision for Sydney
International “laboratory for visionary architecture”, LAVA, has released their design vision for Garden Island in Sydney Harbour.
News | 18/10/2017
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