Organisers of DesignBUILD, Diversified Communications Australia, have been closely monitoring the current situation regarding the outbreak of the novel (new) coronavirus (COVID-19).
Australia’s longest-running trade show for the architecture, building, construction and design industry, DesignBUILD, has announced its speaker program for 2020 with a focus on reimagining the sectors through innovation, with a particular focus on commercial.
A new initiative by NATSPEC and DesignBUILD Expo aims to increase the number of conforming building products in the Australian market by clarifying the product conformity requirements for over 200 product categories.
In recognition of the changing needs and challenges of the building industry, DesignBUILD 2020 will look towards the future of Australia’s built environment with a renewed focus.
For over three decades, DesignBUILD has supported Australia’s architecture, building, construction and design communities, as the industry’s only trade event dedicated to showcasing the latest in design and construction product and materials.
Designers are a loyal breed. When it comes to the manufacturers that architects and designers use, they tend to stick solid to the same brands.
Technology is playing an enormous role in the development of the design and construction industries in the modern world.
The design, architecture and construction industries in Australia continue to develop at a rapid pace. With innovative launches, technology advancements and continuing interest in the regulation of the nation’s built environment.
Build to rent could play a key role in addressing Australia’s housing crisis, however the tax system must adapt and more government incentives would need to be introduced to launch the model, according to industry experts speaking at DesignBUILD 2018.