DesignBUILD 2019 | Day three addresses naturalising cities and the use of technology in design and construction
Australia’s industry leaders in architecture, design and construction came together for the final day of DesignBUILD, with sessions focusing on generative design, naturalising cities and the future of construction.
Key themes for day 2 of DesignBUILD 2019 included the evolution of smart cities, the role of designers in building regulatory reform and the rise of luxury in the built environment.
Exploring the roles and responsibilities of designers and government in a reformed building regulatory model | DesignBUILD 2019
Bronwyn Weir, Co-author of the Shergold Weir Report and Kath Walters from Dream Planet discussed the opportunities and challenges ahead for architects, engineers and designers at Day 2 of DesignBUILD 2019.
Experts from the architecture, building, construction and design communities today made a commitment to improving and setting new standards across the industry.
We have had the bronze and iron eras, could the construction industry now be embarking on what will be known as the nano era?
Paarhammer Windows has been awarded ‘Manufacturer of the Year – Small Business’ 2017 by the Victorian State Government.
Australia’s first government-accredited Buddhist College has opened in Wollongong, south of Sydney.
The Commons, an award-winning development in Brunswick, Melbourne, by Breathe Architecture, created a ‘paradigm shift’ in the architectural world. Rather than pokey high-rise apartments that have become synonymous with inner-city living, The Commons provided an alternative and more affordable solution. And rather than being developer-driven, profits were ploughed back into the community-style apartments.