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Final call for speakers for ARBS 2020
The ARBS 2020 is calling for speakers for their seminar program, which will run alongside Australia’s biggest international Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Building Services (ARBS) exhibition in Melbourne next year.
News | 09/09/2019
NSW’s building safety measures should go national
The NSW Government’s response to building safety issues has been welcomed by the Australian Institute of Architects as an important step to maintain public confidence.
News | 03/07/2019
Should architects collaborate with engineers for better design?
When world-renowned architect Le Corbusier wrote ‘a house is a machine for living in’, he meant that architects should design inspired by the machine age, in which form follows function.
News | 27/06/2019
56 designers shortlisted for BDAV Building Design Awards
The Building Designers Association of Victoria (BDAV) has shortlisted 56 building designers for the 24th annual Building Design Awards.
News | 24/06/2019
Fujitsu General Australia HQ opens at 5-star Green Star building
A 5-star Green Star rated building in Eastern Creek, Sydney is the location of the new headquarters of Fujitsu General Australia.
News | 23/05/2019
Adaptive spaces in modern learning environments
Schools have moved beyond traditional building design to creating unique learning spaces for their students.
News | 07/05/2019
Migratory birds fall prey to cities’ bright lights
Tall buildings are causing the death of millions of migratory birds each year, a new study published by Cornell Lab of Ornithology has revealed.
News | 12/04/2019
Woods Bagot-designed learning hub to deliver TAFE courses
Victoria University is setting up a new learning hub that will deliver courses designed to address skills shortages in health, community services and trades as well as the high unemployment rate in Melbourne’s west.
News | 02/04/2019
Intelligent design keeping loneliness at bay
With a significant number of people qualifying as ‘seniors’, there is increasing focus on this segment of the population, particularly their wellbeing, state of mind and independence.
News | 25/03/2019
How a bushfire can destroy a home
We have advanced our knowledge of the materials used in the construction of homes in bushfire-prone areas but we continue to use the design model of the suburban home.
News | 12/02/2019
AAC launches building reform plan ahead of NSW elections
The Association of Accredited Certifiers (AAC) has called on the next NSW Government to implement vital reforms required to drive much-needed improvements in the building industry and return confidence to the construction sector.
News | 30/01/2019
Architectus among world’s Top 100 architecture practices
UK-based Building Design has ranked leading Australian architectural firm Architectus among the Top 100 architecture practices in the world.
News | 17/01/2019
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