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.
Today’s technological trend is rapidly growing and at an increasing rate. It is transforming the building industry landscape with businesses consistently expanding their architectural and engineering capabilities.
Building approvals are mandated for any future developments as they declare public safety, welfare, and environmental protection.
The possibilities associated with re-imagining the Greater Sydney metropolis were explored at DesignBUILD 2019, as experts in architecture and planning talked through how this vision will transform the city and region.
Sydney-based Structural Engineer, Angus McFarlane was the Structural Director on the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Here he shares some of the challenges of working on the tallest human-made object ever built.
Bricks are a classic choice for those building a new home or renovating an existing one. A sense of solidity, combined with timeless appeal, allow designers to create new forms, irrespective of colour or finish.
Wattyl announces their Colour Forecast, new BIM tool and highlights GECA certification at DesignBUILD 2019
At DesignBUILD 2019, an informative colour trends presentation took place at the Wattyl booth, where attendees not only got the chance to receive a complimentary color scanner, but also gather a better understanding of the latest trends in design, fashion and lifestyle.
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.