Sydney addicted to cars

December 5, 2007,AEST

Sydney is being choked to death by cars and cut off from its best asset, the harbour, by a freeway and rail link, according to renowned Danish urban designer trying to rejuvenate the city. Sydney addicted to cars – New | Read More

City may amend Dark Sky Ordinance

December 5, 2007,AEST

Ketchum was the first city in the state of Idaho to adopt regulations to preserve the integrity of the night sky, but city officials are considering amending the city’s Dark Sky Ordinance to provide for more leniency along the Fourth | Read More

The Changing Meaning of Urban Space in Yerevan

December 4, 2007,AEST

Recently, I had the opportunity to be present at a debate about education reform among workers at the Yerevan State University. The occasion was the introduction of the credit system, the latest stage in the reforms. The main argument was | Read More

Burt Hill Opens First US-Based International Studio

December 4, 2007,AEST

Responding to the needs of its growing client base overseas, Burt Hill announces the establishment of an International Studio. This full-service studio, which offers architectural, site, engineering, and creative services, will support and expand the capabilities of the firm’s existing | Read More

Viridian still king of the hill

December 4, 2007,AEST

After winning a swag of awards for its stunning architecture, the first two completed stages of the $300 million Viridian Noosa development, including several architecturally-designed homes, have been recognised for excellence in landscape management. Set on Noosa Hill on a | Read More

$3 Billion Grand Avenue Project Starts Construction

December 4, 2007,AEST

Construction work is underway on The Grand, one of the largest vertically-integrated, mixed-use projects under construction in the nation. The multi-phase 3.6 million square foot development spanning three city blocks will cost an estimated $3 billion to develop. Phase I | Read More

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