Architecture, Construction, Engineering and Interior Design News & Analysis
Could Banks be the Key to NZ Green Building?
Banks could prove to be a heretofore untapped resource in encouraging many to go green.
Construction Decline Eases
The pace of decline in the Australian construction industry eased in October, the latest report says.
Hurricane Sandy: Poorer Areas Worst Hit in Massive Housing Problem
As many as 30,000 to 40000 people throughout New York City are without usable houses following the damage...
Market Report: Transport to Drive Growth in New South Wales
The construction industry outlook in New South Wales is reasonably positive amid good transport, heavy industry and new...
New Home Sales Drop Below 15-Year Lows
In the latest sign of a decline in residential construction, new home sales in Australia have dropped below...
US Interior Design Students Learn From Natural Disaster Design
Interior design students from Baylor University have been tasked with creating a 400-square-foot disaster relief dwelling.
Melbourne’s ‘Boutique’ Architecture Trend Growing
With space at a premium in trendy Melbourne, more and more home buyers are looking to boutique architecture...
Melbourne Architects Designing Extensions that Stand Out
A new trend sees Melbourne architects juxtaposing and purposely contrasting different design styles and eras through extension projects.
Homebuilding Recovery On The Horizon
The residential construction industry in Australia is set for a modest recovery, Housing Industry Association says.
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