Painting Industry News
From Passive House to prefabrication, these projects demonstrate the myriad ways to minimize impact on the planet.
These practices may be young but their works have sure caught the eyes of the jurors in the 2021 Houses Awards.
You have six months to pour your foundations or that money goes up in smoke. What are your chances of getting it started in the next six months?
Owners of the beleaguered building are told to expect to cop a loss of up to 80 per cent on their units after several developers expressed interest in buying the block with a view to demolishing it and rebuilding from scratch.
Rebecca Casson, who's the chief executive of Master Builders Victoria says she is working closely with the Government to adjust the rules of the scheme.
Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack inspected the Echuca-Moama Bridge project today to spruik the economic benefits of the long-awaited infrastructure.
Pritzker laureates Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal will curate the inaugural Rothwell Chair Symposium which will explore exemplary social and affordable housing design.
Taubmans has once again partnered with not-for-profit organization Givit to raise money in support of Australian communities affected by bushfire, drought, and flood.
Sydney councillors have given the green light to a pair of buildings in the Green Square development area designed by Candalepas Associates.
Three mixed-used buildings each designed by a different architecture firm have been completed as part of the “transformational” Newcastle East End development.
Nervous home builders are urging the federal government to tweak rules around its HomeBuilder scheme and spare them a $25,000 hit to their finances as time runs out.
Heartbroken locals caught in cyclone's path of destruction don't even know when they can start rebuilding
Victims who are still counting the cost of the devastating Cyclone Seroja in WA's Mid West may be left homeless as they face a two-year wait to rebuild amid labour and materials shortages.
A Melbourne council has voted unanimously to continue its bid to protect a significant Robin Boyd house in North Balwyn, despite a setback in its efforts.
Woods Bagot has designed a four-storey multi-purpose building for an "overstretched" high school in Sydney.
'Seek shelter in a cyclone': Eighteen Palmerston home-owners told structural flaws could put them at risk
A total of 18 homes in Palmerston are deemed a safety risk in the event of a cyclone, with their owners advised to seek shelter elsewhere should a cyclone sweep through the town just south of Darwin.
Cumulus Studio has designed an addition to a winery cellar door on the east coast of Tasmania, six years after completing a series of shipping container buildings for the winery.
The Royal Commission into Aged Care produced detailed recommendations on how to fix the aged care system, but it had little to say about architecture. Jan Golembiewski makes a case for the importance of architecture in reforming models of care.
Given just how far south Cyclone Seroja has travelled, do we need to update our building codes in new areas to create resilient homes that stand up to natural hazards?
Rendered in raw, off-form concrete that will accept the effects of the weather and wear its patina with grace, JPW’s Chau Chak Wing Museum is a composed and monolithic yet welcoming addition to Sydney’s public institutions.
The Victorian government will built one of the four winning designs from its Future Homes competition as a demonstration project.