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Kenoteq launches sustainable bricks
Kenoteq, a Scottish, spin-off company from Heriot-Watt University, has launched its sustainable building brick made from 90 percent construction waste coined, the K-Briq.
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Parramatta’s new $280 million innovation hub plans open for discussion
Plans of Parramatta’s new $280 million Engineering Innovation Hub have been revealed with the NSW Government calling on locals to have their say on the new precinct.
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EJE Architecture designs Newcastle Uni's new sustainable hub
Designed by EJE Architecture, the sustainable building will provide a range of flexible spaces capable of reacting to the changing needs of the users.
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Radical Innovation design award open for entries
Entries are open for this year’s Radical Innovation Award, which invites architects, designers, hoteliers and students to submit innovative design concepts in travel and hospitality.
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Are the tech giants taking over as your city leaders?
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INTERNATIONAL SNAPSHOT: Genoa bridge collapse; Asbestos legal again; Sandy Hook memorial design
This week's international snapshot features details on the Genoa bridge collapse, the re-introduction of asbestos into US manufacturing and the chosen design for the Sandy Hook memorial.
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New innovations in glass could be a gamechanger for renewable energy
The conversation about renewable energy is never far behind the conversation about sustainable populations. One is directly linked to the other and the conversations around both are without fail, heated.
News | 09/08/2018
Brisbane startup hub The Precinct to get $7M upgrade
Queensland’s innovation hub in Brisbane, The Precinct, will soon get a multimillion dollar upgrade to meet the increasing demand for floor space.
News | 01/06/2018
Innovation hub to come up at Games Village
The 2018 Commonwealth Games Athlete’s Village will soon become part of the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP).
News | 27/04/2018
Woods Bagot to design “unprecedented” innovation precinct
Woods Bagot has been appointed to masterplan and lead the architectural design of what the Victorian Government has referred to as “Australia’s leading innovation precinct”.
News | 11/04/2018
Top architecture experts Indy Johar and Laura Lee to headline AASA Conference at UTS
World renowned architecture experts Indy Johar of Architecture 00, UK and Professor Laura Lee of Carnegie Mellon University, USA will headline the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia (AASA) 9th International Conference 2016 in Sydney.
News | 22/09/2016
Women in the industry celebrated at annual NAWIC Awards for Excellence
Women achievers from the Australian construction industry were honoured at the 20th anniversary of the annual NAWIC Awards for Excellence held recently at The Star in Sydney.
News | 26/08/2016
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