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What Westpac wanted for Barangaroo and how it got it

A strong focus on wellness, sustainability and technology have enabled Westpac to transition to an agile way of working while future-proofing its new Barangaroo offices, according to Sandra Casinader, the…

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Dr Lisa McDonald

Ergon: Time-of-use electricity tariffs don’t work

A senior product manager from one of Australia’s biggest electricity suppliers has admitted an unpleasant truth that electricity market reformers have ignored for years: household customers don’t want time-of-use tariffs…

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Engineers Without Borders is looking for volunteers for its International Field Professional Program, which places professionals with local community organisations or within a local sector to work with them in…

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BuildingPoint Australia is after a Sydney-based Sustainable Building Design Engineer / Architect to work with Sefaira high-performance building software. As a Sefaira Engineer / Architect, you will work with a…

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Hume City Council in Melbourne is hiring a Sustainability Engagement Officer for a 12-month contract. The successful applicant will lead Hume’s sustainability engagement program including coordination of the Live Green…

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What Westpac wanted for Barangaroo and how it got it

A strong focus on wellness, sustainability and technology have enabled Westpac to transition to an agile way of working while future-proofing its new Barangaroo offices, according to Sandra Casinader, the…

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Design & Technology

What Westpac wanted for Barangaroo and how it got it

A strong focus on wellness, sustainability and technology have enabled Westpac to transition to an agile way of working while future-proofing its new Barangaroo offices, according to Sandra Casinader, the…

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Habitech enters the NZ housing market

Melbourne-based prefabricated modular housing company Habitech Systems has entered the New Zealand market, with an exclusive partnership deal with NZ construction firm LiteGreen Projects.

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What Westpac wanted for Barangaroo and how it got it

A strong focus on wellness, sustainability and technology have enabled Westpac to transition to an agile way of working while future-proofing its new Barangaroo offices, according to Sandra Casinader, the…

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What Westpac wanted for Barangaroo and how it got it

A strong focus on wellness, sustainability and technology have enabled Westpac to transition to an agile way of working while future-proofing its new Barangaroo offices, according to Sandra Casinader, the…

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Case study: The Carbon Positive House

How to build a (sustainable) world in a day. Annie Kane discovers how Archiblox is building a cutting-edge sustainable house in just six hours.

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Case study: Sawmill House

Balanced along the edge of a former gold mine quarry in Yackandandah, Victoria, Sawmill House is a poetic example of young Melbourne and Hobart-based studio Archier’s belief in open, culturally…

GE’s new Springfield HQ keeps ESD core

Springfield, Queensland is using high building sustainability standards to attract major corporations to the masterplanned city’s commercial office precinct, according to Congrad Gargett project architect Annissa Farrell, and GE’s $72…

Gardenhill’s pet-friendly take on high-density living

Beulah International’s $77 million multi-residential Gardenhill project in Doncaster in Melbourne’s east is the first in the metropolitan area to create a dog-friendly development with a private off-leash garden area,…

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Book review: Hyperlocalization of Architecture

Australian architects are “the most avant garde in the world when it comes to integrating environmental vision in building design at almost every scale,” according to LEED accredited Passive House…

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Book review: Make Garbage Great

Make Garbage Great – The Family Guide to a Zero-Waste Lifestyle by TerraCycle founders Tom Szaky and Albe Zakes is a glorious hybrid of coffee table conversation starter, encyclopaedia of…

Review: Architects’ Houses by Stephen Crafti

Stepping inside the pages of Stephen Crafti’s exploration of 20 homes designed by leading Australian architects is like diving into several major art galleries in rapid succession. The photography is…

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Westpac Barangaroo. Image: Richard Glover

What Westpac wanted for Barangaroo and how it got it

A strong focus on wellness, sustainability and technology have enabled Westpac to transition to an agile way of working while future-proofing its new Barangaroo offices, according to Sandra Casinader, the…

Jobs News

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Our pick of jobs this week

Engineers Without Borders is looking for volunteers for its International Field Professional Program, which places professionals with local community organisations or within a local sector to work with them in…

jobs-pix

Our pick of jobs this week

BuildingPoint Australia is after a Sydney-based Sustainable Building Design Engineer / Architect to work with Sefaira high-performance building software. As a Sefaira Engineer / Architect, you will work with a…

jobs-colleagues-meeting-to-discuss

Our pick of jobs this week

Hume City Council in Melbourne is hiring a Sustainability Engagement Officer for a 12-month contract. The successful applicant will lead Hume’s sustainability engagement program including coordination of the Live Green…

Events News

Dr Lisa McDonald

Ergon: Time-of-use electricity tariffs don’t work

A senior product manager from one of Australia’s biggest electricity suppliers has admitted an unpleasant truth that electricity market reformers have ignored for years: household customers don’t want time-of-use tariffs…

ebooks

Design & Technology

What Westpac wanted for Barangaroo and how it got it

A strong focus on wellness, sustainability and technology have enabled Westpac to transition to an agile way of working while future-proofing its new Barangaroo offices, according to Sandra Casinader, the…

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