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How Does Your City Feel?
Urban Planning
Monday November 2 2015

How Does Your City Feel?

Our cities have been changing for quite a while now, but how much attention are we paying to the conditions under which these changes are taking...

Why So Little Pride in Public Buildings Anymore?
Public
Thursday October 15 2015

Why So Little Pride in Public Buildings Anymore?

In the past, Australia used to invest heavily in the design of its public buildings.

Concepts Released for the Renewal of Melbourne’s University Square
Landscaping
Thursday August 27 2015

Concepts Released for the Renewal of Melbourne’s University Square

The City of Melbourne is inviting the community to have their say on a draft concept plan for the redevelopment of University Square in Carlton.

I Am Here; I Want to Go There
Urban Planning
Friday May 8 2015

I Am Here; I Want to Go There

Humans are strange beings.

What Designing for Children of all Abilities Teaches Us
Landscaping
Tuesday March 24 2015

What Designing for Children of all Abilities Teaches Us

The rapidly changing innovations within the design sector present new possibilities for designers and builders, but according to lead playground designer Tobias Volbert, these innovations fail...

Does Anyone Hear When a Tree Falls in Our Suburbs?
Landscaping
Wednesday January 28 2015

Does Anyone Hear When a Tree Falls in Our Suburbs?

In most suburbs across Australia’s cities, when a tree falls it is heard - and felt, and often blamed. It is then chopped up, removed, mulched...

Walkable Real Estate Drives Office Rents Higher
Business
Tuesday July 8 2014

Walkable Real Estate Drives Office Rents Higher

Commercial development centred around ‘walkable’ urban environments has been linked to higher office rents along with more prosperous urban economies and higher levels of education, according...

Woods Bagot Appoints New Global Retail Leader
Commercial
Monday June 16 2014

Woods Bagot Appoints New Global Retail Leader

Woods Bagot has appointed Frank Alvarez - recognised worldwide for revolutionising the shopping experience - as its Global Retail Leader.

How Public Spaces Make Cities Work
Landscaping
Wednesday April 16 2014

How Public Spaces Make Cities Work

New York’s High Line, a public park elevated over the streets of Manhattan’s west side, has helped to spark an urban revolution.