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New Tower for Melbourne’s CBD
Residential
Thursday May 22 2014

New Tower for Melbourne’s CBD

A new $165 million development in Melbourne’s northern CBD precinct will showcase the latest in software tools, materials and assembly methods.

Australia’s Largest Urban Renewal Project
Urban Planning
Thursday May 15 2014

Australia’s Largest Urban Renewal Project

Koichi Takada Architects have released details on a mixed-use, multi-residential complex that is expected to serve as the gateway of Sydney’s Green Square Town Centre, a...

Bridge Proposal Links Kangaroo Point and Brisbane CBD
Urban Planning
Wednesday April 30 2014

Bridge Proposal Links Kangaroo Point and Brisbane CBD

As part of its 2013-14 City Centre Master Plan, Brisbane City Council has released a number of transformative urban ideas. One of these, a design concept...

Library and Heritage Centre to Be a Geelong Landmark
Commercial
Tuesday January 14 2014

Library and Heritage Centre to Be a Geelong Landmark

Construction work on the Geelong Library and Heritage Centre have already started and the new building will be a spectacular addition to Geelong’s architectural and cultural...

The Hidden Costs of Suburban Sprawl
Urban Planning
Tuesday November 19 2013

The Hidden Costs of Suburban Sprawl

A recent report from the University of Ottawa has outlined the hidden costs of suburban sprawl. According to the study, this form of urbanization will cost...

Is Urban Sprawl Coming to an End?
Urban Planning
Monday October 28 2013

Is Urban Sprawl Coming to an End?

The City of Atlanta, the ninth-largest metropolitan area in the United States and long a symbol of car-dependent American sprawl, is seeing most of its new...

National Arboretum attracts 200,000 Visitors
Urban Planning
Wednesday September 11 2013

National Arboretum attracts 200,000 Visitors

In the first half of this year, the National Arboretum in Canberra – officially inaugurated in February 2013 – welcomed more than 200,000 visitors.

$25 Million in Funding for New Art and Design Campus in Jerusalem
Commercial
Monday August 26 2013

$25 Million in Funding for New Art and Design Campus in Jerusalem

Bezalel Academy of Art and Design has revealed the blueprint for its new 37,000-square-metre campus in downtown Jerusalem.

Green High-tech Learning Centre Shortlisted for WAF Award
Green
Tuesday August 13 2013

Green High-tech Learning Centre Shortlisted for WAF Award

The Knox Innovation, Opportunity and Sustainability Centre (KIOSC), designed by Woods Bagot's Melbourne architecture studio, has been shortlisted in the Higher Education/Research category at the 2013...