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Cities Go Wild with Child-friendly Design
Public
Wednesday June 6 2018

Cities Go Wild with Child-friendly Design

In a part of Barcelona best known as a concrete transport hub, just a stone's throw from the bustling Sants railway station, a square has been...

Colour Is Key to Design in Children’s Rooms
Residential
Wednesday July 6 2016

Colour Is Key to Design in Children’s Rooms

Over the years, there have been drastic changes in how Australians decorate children’s rooms.

Greening our Way to Resilient Children
Landscaping
Monday February 22 2016

Greening our Way to Resilient Children

Australia’s federal government has announced a plan to increase urban tree canopy cover in our cities by 2050.

Classroom Ergonomics: Getting Children Posture Perfect
Public
Tuesday January 12 2016

Classroom Ergonomics: Getting Children Posture Perfect

Designers are working incredibly hard to achieve workplace comfort for adult employees through ergonomic furniture, sit-stand desks, active spaces and touches of greenery to help physical...

Unaccredited Pool Barrier Safety Inspectors Risking Lives
Residential
Wednesday September 9 2015

Unaccredited Pool Barrier Safety Inspectors Risking Lives

Unfortunately, small children drowning in swimming pools is a common occurrence in the news, and despite strict regulations in all States and Territories, some homeowners are...

Design of Old Hospitals an Abuse Risk: CEO
Public
Friday May 15 2015

Design of Old Hospitals an Abuse Risk: CEO

A lack of visibility between rooms in older children's hospitals posed an abuse risk to patients, a federal inquiry has heard.

Children’s Interior Design Trends
Residential
Wednesday November 5 2014

Children’s Interior Design Trends

Interior design is no longer just about the adults as parents lean on design professionals to create beautiful spaces for their little ones.

Back To Nature: Designing The City For Play
Urban Planning
Friday November 29 2013

Back To Nature: Designing The City For Play

Adelaide firm Swanbury Penglase Architects has proposed a multi-million dollar natural playground for the city’s south parklands.