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Melbourne Set to Remain a Car Dominated City
Architecture
Friday January 19 2018

Melbourne Set to Remain a Car Dominated City

Melbourne is set to remain a car dominated city with driving set to account for more than seven in 10 trips still to take place in...

Design Folly Means Design Failure
Architecture
Thursday January 18 2018

Design Folly Means Design Failure

Architects and building designers are at liberty to persuade their clients (the building owner) to have the building designed in any way they choose.

Australia Has Too Many Small Design Firms
Architecture
Thursday January 18 2018

Australia Has Too Many Small Design Firms

Back in the 1990s, then-Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett encouraged young people in that state to follow a dream of starting their own business.

Architecture Firms Must Stamp Out Sexual Harassment
Architecture
Wednesday January 17 2018

Architecture Firms Must Stamp Out Sexual Harassment

According to the survey – which covered participants from Australia/New Zealand, the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom – a shocking one in seven (14...

5 Reasons Why Passive House Isn’t a Silver Bullet
Architecture
Wednesday January 10 2018

5 Reasons Why Passive House Isn’t a Silver Bullet

Passive House is pretty hot (pun intended) in the design/built environment world at the moment, but there are some aspects of the building, site and precinct...

2017 Was Another Record-Breaking Year for Skyscrapers
Architecture
Tuesday December 19 2017

2017 Was Another Record-Breaking Year for Skyscrapers

According to the 2017 Tall Building Year in Review, the annual web report from The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), a record-breaking 144...

Argentina Uses Recycled PET Bricks to Support Green Building
Architecture
Monday December 18 2017

Argentina Uses Recycled PET Bricks to Support Green Building

The Fundación EcoInclusión - winner of the first prize in the regional competition Google.org Challenge - is an Argentine non-profit organization that was born in 2015,...

Building Urban Resilience, One Building at a Time
Architecture
Monday December 11 2017

Building Urban Resilience, One Building at a Time

Urban resilience is generally defined as an urban hub’s capacity to adapt, survive, and thrive no matter what kinds of chronic stresses and acute shocks they...

Sydney’s Future: Codes or Innovation?
Architecture
Tuesday December 5 2017

Sydney’s Future: Codes or Innovation?

The recent package of draft plans for metro Sydney’s future include a 40-year vision for the whole city and 20-year District Plans for five key areas...

Architecture
19 Dec, 2017
Lindt Cafe Siege Memorial to be Unveiled

The families of the two victims of the Lindt Cafe siege will return to Sydney's Martin Place for the unveiling of a floral-themed memorial, on the...

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Architecture
15 Dec, 2017
Leading Architects to Design SA's Gallery

A group of world leading architecture firms, including one behind a Smithsonian museum and another who designed the Lego House in Denmark, have been shortlisted for...

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Architecture
7 Dec, 2017
Is Regulation Smothering Innovation in Architecture?

By all means the Geelong Library and Heritage Centre represented an example of what can be achieved through true architectural innovation.

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