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3 February 2020 [ArchitectureAU]
Institute calls for donations for bushfire rebuilding effort
The Australian Institute of Architects has launched a donation drive for its rebuild-focused charitable campaign in response to the ongoing bushfire crisis. Read more.
31 January 2020 [ArchitectureAU]
Sydney office building to be topped with ‘active roof’
Sissons Architects has designed a 12-storey office building at 50 Kent Road in Mascot, Sydney that will have a running track on its roof. Read more.
29 January 2020 [ArchitectureAU]
Consortium appointed for ‘city shaping’ Brisbane South Bank masterplan
The consortium that will design a 30-year masterplan for Brisbane’s South Bank precinct has been announced. Read more.
28 January 2020 [Urban]
Armadale residence offers buyers a lifetime of parkland vistas
Nestled amongst the tranquil, leafy suburb of Armadale, you'll find the highly coveted new apartment development, Pavilion on the Park. Read more.
27 January 2020 [The Canberra Times]
Concerns ACT government will miss climate change target
There are concerns proposed planning laws will not allow the ACT to meet tree cover targets that are aimed at making Canberra more climate change resilient. Read more.
23 January 2020 [World Landscape Architect]
Landscape Architecture Organizations set objectives for 2020
On January 9th and 10th, 2020, in Raleigh, North Carolina, representatives from seven landscape architecture organizations met to explore and champion the state of the profession. Read more.
20 January 2020 [openforum.com.au]
Redesigning Centennial Park to care for Australia’s endangered animals
Could city parklands be used to house endangered animal species? That’s a question that’s been answered by a group of UNSW students who have proposed a timely redesign of Moore Park and Centennial Park to be an incubator for native bats, birds and eels. Read more.
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