Contemporary Chinese at Center for Architecture

February 26, 2008,AEDT

On the heels of the Chinese New Year, the Center for Architecture marks the Year of the Rat with two new exhibitions devoted to contemporary Chinese architecture. “Building China: Five Projects, Five Stories” and “Co-Evolution” will bow together tomorrow, February | Read More

Greener buildings – Thailand

February 25, 2008,AEDT

Concern over global warming has inspired many housing developers to use energy-saving as a selling point for new projects. Among 13 developers who received the 2007 energy-conserving housing awards from Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency is three-year-old Fine | Read More

Traffic chaos tipped by 2020 : thewest.com.au

February 25, 2008,AEDT

A 40 per cent increase in Perth traffic by 2020 predicted by the Federal Government could lead to chaos on the city’s roads, with congestion tipped to add an extra eight minutes to a 20km journey. The Federal Bureau of | Read More

Asuni CAD Releases ARQ Landscape 3 for AutoCAD

February 25, 2008,AEDT

Asuni CAD presents its latest application: ARQ Landscape 3, the most complete tool for landscape design aimed at landscaping, urban planning, and gardening professionals, urbanism and environmental councils for local entities, etc. ARQ Landscape 3 is a specific tool to | Read More

£600,000 boost for woodland – Buckingham Today

February 25, 2008,AEDT

AMBITIOUS plans to more than double the number of people visiting Hazelborough Wood near Silverstone have been unveiled by The Forestry Commission.Plans have been submitted to South Northants Council for a new visitors’ centre, 75 car parking spaces with parking | Read More

Waterfront tanks starting to come down – NZ Herald

February 25, 2008,AEDT

Demolition of giant storage tanks is the first sign of progress in the largest waterfront development in the history of Auckland. The tanks have been used since the mid-1970s at the BP Lubricants Auckland production centre at Wynyard Pt, also | Read More

Queen Street upgrade in NZILA National Awards

February 25, 2008,AEDT

Queen Street upgrade in National Awards Auckland’s controversial Queen Street upgrade is up for a prestigious national design award. The multi-million dollar makeover of New Zealand’s busiest street is among a record number of entries competing for an award from | Read More

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