16 January 2019 ASBEC Media Release - Green Building Luminary To Lead Infrastructure Australia Download the full media release The Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) welcomes the appointment [...]
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The landscape architecture field in Australia is making notable progress toward including and attracting women, a Census data analysis has shown. The 2001-2016 Census Report “Women in Landscape Architecture”, [...]
The things we do every day, the foods we eat, what we eat and feel, influence our physical and emotional health. This is also known as the „experience diet”. [...]
5 ways you can imbibe natural elements into the built environment Surrender yourself to nature’s tranquillity and the kind of relaxation you will get is par excellence. Ever run [...]
Walter Burley Griffin’s 100-year old design legacy on Canberra’s city centre is now transforming economically and technologically, and it comes with a cost. While the centre is now becoming more [...]
People are amazed when they see charming tiny houses on the Internet, television shows, or in some places they have been. The mini-abodes are really impressive and Instagrammable, giving [...]
News of the design plans come amid an unprecedented boom in skyscraper construction within the city of Shenzhen. Whilst official confirmation is outstanding, the proposed HQ is set to stand [...]
A market shortage of planning talent in Sydney and Melbourne has increased the pressure on employers to raise salaries and incentive packages for the attraction and retention of employees. This [...]
The Property Council of Australia has released the results of its latest Property Industry Confidence Survey, undertaken in conjunction with ANZ, revealing a fall of three points in the March [...]
Opal Tower has grabbed the headlines, and with good reason. The shocking cracks brought forward a stark and visual defect that required decisive and immediate action. Yet the vast majority [...]