Western Sydney Stadium Is “Climate-proof”

Cricket and tennis are two major sports Australians love to play during summertime. However, as extreme sunlight and high temperature intensify, they prompt sporting sectors and the government to reconsider the design of sports stadiums. Whether the stadiums are climate-adaptable or not, this affects sportsmen and audiences greatly. The Final Ashes test played at the […]

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Sydney’s 2018 Crane Invasion

Cranes are seen more often in Sydney’s skyline in recent days, with an increase of 65 per cent just in the past two years. Habitats are migrating as construction activities relocate from the city to suburbs along the main public transport routes. Joh Bjelke Petersen, Gladys Berejiklian and other politicians are pointing to the skyline […]

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Major Delays Strike Sydney’s Rail

Sydney’s rail network is having a tough time in face of sparse services. Many angry passengers have waited on the platforms at Central Station only to find that trains are already packed with people upon arrival. In response to the issue, Sydney Trains posted the following on Twitter. “Use local bus routes where possible, and […]

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New Wave Pool at Sydney Olympic Park

We will soon be witnessing a huge migration from the busy beaches of Sydney to the brand new wave pool situated 25km from Sydney Olympic Park’s coast. According to NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres, the new $24 million wave pool – which will be built over the current P5 car park in close proximity to […]

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The Future of NSW’s Classrooms

The NSW Government is now mapping out a large scale redesign of future classrooms by calling for submissions for prefabricated designs to replace old style “demountables” which can also serve as durable long-term structures. Education Minister Rob Stokes urged the building and construction industry to develop classrooms that don’t take long to build, but are […]

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Architecture Competition

Architecture Competition

Debate rages across the country, as experts and analysts go back and forth over the idea of an affordable housing crisis in Australia. One area that all experts can agree on, however, is that Sydney is in a league of its own when it comes to property prices. Sydney comes in second to Hong Kong […]

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Sydney Modern’s $344 Million Expansion

The Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW)’s $344 million expansion project, better known as Sydney Modern, will be headed up by SANAA and Architectus. The expansion was initially allocated an estimated budget of $450 million. However, with a $244 million funding from the NSW government, The AGNSW will now only need to raise $100 […]

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Construction of Western Sydney Stadium

Sports spectators and enthusiasts will soon be able to look into the players’ warm up area at the Western Sydney Stadium. New details have been announced for Western Sydney Stadium. One of the most exciting features is an area which allows approximately 150 fans to peer directly into the players’ warm up section. The area, […]

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Commuter Concourse in Central Station

At the top of the agenda for revamping Australia’s busiest train station is the addition of a major commuter concourse. Approximately 270,000 people enter and exit Central Station every weekday, and it is a hotspot for connecting underground lines. In light of Sydney’s new light rail line opening in 2019, transport authorities are stressing the […]

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Sydney in Construction

The New South Wales Government issued an announcement to Sydney residents in January forecasting an upcoming “year of construction”. In the midst of large-scale road and rail projects, residents were asked to be understanding and patient. Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) released its quarterly crane index, which indicates that 350 out of 685 operating cranes in […]

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Oxford Economics Forecasts Housing Price Drop

The construction of apartments across Australia is expected to halve in the coming three years after the market saw a record building boom. According to BIS Oxford Economics’ Building in Australia 2017- 2032 report, high-density apartment development will witness the largest decrease. All home building is also expected to decline. The 31 per cent fall […]

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