Biophilic design is an approach to architecture that seeks to connect building occupants more closely to nature and can create a more productive and healthy built environment, Fytogreen reports on the benefits of incorporating biophilic design into our built environments.
Want to turn a project “smart?” You don’t have to be a techie. CEDIA Content Director, Ed Wenck, reports on the key to successful tech integration within our built environments.
After years of providing proprietary ventilation systems in New Zealand VENT Passive Ventilation is launching in Australia. Find out more about this tried and trusted brand.
Urban Canopee offers innovative solutions to help combat the effects of global warming in the urban environment with their lightweight green canopies.
The fate of Australia’s building and construction industry appears to be in the balance. Will it end up in the doldrums or become the cornerstone on which Australia’s economic revival is built?
Lockdown has had some significant drawbacks, however one area where it offers opportunity is waste management. Edge Environment shares 6 opportunities to improve building waste ♻
In a new concept for Australia, the City of Melbourne has introduced the Green Factor tool, which will aid developers in the measurement of the sustainability credentials of their design in an early phase.
‘Wellness’, ‘biophilia’, ‘bio-centric design’; terms which are becoming frequently used when considering the design of both residential and commercial spaces. Ed Wenck, CEDIA Content Director, reports on this modern marriage of interior design and technology.
Sync is the technology to manufacture high quality, prefabricated bathrooms offsite on a subassembly line, which are simply installed and connected on arrival to site.
NATSPEC have worked with various stakeholders to develop the NCPR Conformity Starter Pack. A multi-staged education package assisting both Australian and the global supply chain to meet the conformity requirements of Australian building practitioners.