Why We Must Act to Count the Cost of Embodied Carbon
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Sydney can’t rely ‘on natural talent
If Sydney was a professional tennis player, it would be more Nick Kyrgios than Rafael Nadal.
Melbourne’s Largest Mixed-Use Urban Park Opens
Melbourne’s largest mixed-use urban parkland project has opened.
Australia’s emissions dip as exports rise
As Australia prepares for a UN climate summit in Spain, a new report shows annual greenhouse gas emissions have dipped slightly, mainly due to more renewable...
Sydney’s ‘liveability’ advantage narrows
The rising cost of living paired with falling job satisfaction are denting Sydney's standing compared with other global cities, a new report has found.
Legacy Will Rule in 2020
Legacy will be the big colour in home interiors next year, the founder of a leading decorative paint brand says.
Melbourne City Goes for Design Excellence
High quality pedestrian networks, site layouts and plazas which are attractive and support street and laneway characteristics and building masses which respond to the surrounding context...
Is the Circular Economy inconvenient?
40% of people are sleep deprived, inadequate sleep kills more than 3000 people each year and 53% of us admit to feeling constantly exhausted. We’re too...
Melbourne's Bourke St gets more Bollards
Additional bollards will be installed in Melbourne's Bourke Street mall to create pedestrian refuges beside tram tracks in case of another vehicle attack.
Designs Unveiled for Melbourne CBD’s Largest Timber Building
The designs for what is claimed will be the largest timber building in Melbourne’s CBD have been unveiled.
Land Clearing is Stressing Koalas: Report
Koala droppings have helped a NSW researcher discover that land clearing is the leading cause of stress for the native marsupial.
Nearly Half of Aussie Professionals Experience Workplace Bullying
Almost one half (45 per cent) of Australian professionals have experienced bullying or harassment at work due to their gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability,...
Architects Hail Fed Square Protection
The Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Chapter warmly welcomes Heritage Victoria’s decision regarding Federation Square which recognises, values and upholds the significance of this iconic site.
Heritage Vic rejects Apple Fed Square plan
A bid to partially demolish Melbourne's Federation Square to make way for a controversial Apple flagship store have been rejected by Heritage Victoria.
Affordable Housing Close to City Brings Billions in Economic Benefits
NSW could unleash more than $17 billion in economic gains through providing more affordable housing closer to the city, a new report has found.
ACA Gest a New Leader
One of Australia’s leading architecture bodies has appointed its first chief executive officer as it seeks to build its voice within the architecture profession, extend its...
NSW Labor Pushes 'Public Chill-out' Zones
Libraries, council chambers and art galleries across NSW could be used as air-conditioned "chill-out areas" during future heatwaves under a plan by Labor.