9-11 May 2023
ICC Sydney


Let’s come together for Australia’s future

Each year the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) World Environment Day (WED) is observed on 5 June, with the principle aim of encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment.

Build & Renovations – things to consider

When it’s time to undertake a build or renovation project it’s rarely a simple task. It is however the perfect time to apply some simple strategies to help make your home perform better in terms of cost efficiency and comfort.

Building a super future with Cbus

As the national industry super fund for the building, construction and allied industries, we are focused on maximising the retirement outcomes for our 726,000 members, while also providing support for more than 101,500 businesses around Australia.

Looking at the Bigger Picture

Mar 30, 2016 Uncategorised
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.

Why architects need BIM

Feb 23, 2016 Architecture
There have been many changes in the way the construction industry operates over the last 40 years, believe it or not. While most have been for the good – and some others we should not speak about – three in particular stand out.

2016 National Architecture Conference – How Soon is Now?

Feb 23, 2016 Architecture
The Australian Institute of Architects’ National Conference is one of the major events in the industry calendar. This year’s conference will host a varied selection of speakers from practising architects through to preeminent industry educators and thinkers, all tackling the theme of How Soon is Now. The three-day event will cover four streams of thought: resilience, society, equity and agency.

SIBLING Architects – On/Off

Feb 23, 2016 Architecture
Architect Rem Koolhaas had a saying “Soon a faraday cage (sealed room) would be a necessary component of any home –a safe room in which to retreat from digital sensing and pre-emption.” This concept was explored by SIBLING Architects in their short-listed entry in the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (Victorian Chapter) awards in 2015.
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