Issue 107 | 5 MARCH 2021 Updates Vale Jane Montgomery-Hribar AO ASBEC meeting: 24 March 2021 ASBEC & EEC: Ensuring quality control and safety in insulation installation: A research report [...]
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As many more people work and play at home, in response to a global pandemic, we are now far more cognisant of how neighbourhoods are structured. And once again we [...]
With a history of vinyl siding and wood flooring, Fibonacci owner Greg Wilson has created HempWood, an American wood material generated from a swift-growing agricultural product. Hemp is known for its flexibility, [...]
The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) is an EPA initiative to clean waters, by keeping control of contaminants at their very source. To keep pollution and debris from penetrating [...]
About 860,000 homeless people live in Germany, where the winters are savage. To help them, a German team of designers and developers known as Ulmer Nest have devised sleeping pods that are both [...]
Last year’s Young Architects Competitions (YAC) featured a stand out among 30 shortlisted concept designs, in the form of the Hyperloop Desert Campus by Begum Aydinoglu of Pada Labs, [...]
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In a recent announcement, NSW Minister for Better Regulation Kevin Anderson revealed details of the NSW cladding rectification plan announced in the October budget. Deemed Project Remediate, the three-year initiative intends [...]
Mario Cucinella Architects and WASP Construct Sustainable 3D Printed Houses From Raw Earth In 200 Hours
Italian architecture studio Mario Cucinella Architects has partnered with WASP, Italy’s experts in 3D printing, to construct its recent project, TECLA, experimental 3D-printed houses made of raw earth. Developed as a prototype, [...]