Green walls, equal greener cities. As urban growth continues to escalate in Australian cities, architects and designers look to green infrastructure to boost building sustainability.
Discover an easier way to deck landscape with KlevaKlip’s concealed fixing systems. Find out more about KlevaKlips ‘Patio Deck Kit’ and ‘Multi Purpose Support Kit”.
Founder of DSGN Kartell, a multidisciplinary design studio, as well as co-founder and sustainable design consultant for the Green Building Institute Australia (GBI), Ronny Matzat, shares his visions of a post-corona world from an Architect’s perspective.
As COVID-19 continues to disrupt sectors across the country, the infrastructure and engineering industries have an opportunity to come together, collaborate and share ideas in order to build a sustainable labour force of the future, according to recruitment firm Robert Walters.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused an estimated 900 million people around the world to remain at home.
This time last month many had never contemplated working from home for long periods of time, now it is our new normal. While collaboration technology is not new for the architecture, building, construction and design industry, it is only now that a third of the population are in lock down, tools such a bluebeam’s Revu are being put to good use.
Autodesk has offered free and extended access to cloud collaboration products to support its customers’ changing needs and minimise downtime during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) National Construction Division and Master Builders Australia (MBA) have joined forces to help ensure the construction industry remains strong during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Reducing waste, delays and emissions from building projects is the focus of a collaborative initiative between 30 industry partners.
Wearables have the potential to transform the construction industry through the ability to improve safety and efficiency for workers.