Southbank by Beulah, or STH BNK, is set to begin construction in 2022 in Melbourne and features an extraordinary plan to add green space to the city.
The world’s population is growing and cities are getting bigger. Some fear that as they grow denser, cities will become like modern-day versions of some Dickensian nightmare. But architects such as Earle Arney argue this is far from the case, and that density can lead to healthier outcomes for residents
The U.K. government might have launched its National Infrastructure Strategy in the middle of a pandemic, but nothing should detract from the fact that it is one of the most ambitious set of projects to boost the country’s roads, underpasses, railways and broadband networks in a generation.
The homebuilding sector is embracing technology to improve the energy efficiency of new homes and reduce carbon emissions, while owners of eco-friendly house features to make their properties more environmentally sound.
The construction sector has traditionally lagged behind other industries when it comes to using digital technology. But it is finally beginning to catch up with the use of augmented reality
The COVID-19 pandemic—particularly the social changes brought as a result of early lockdowns—have forced tall buildings to become more environmentally mindful
The AUS$3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf project will bring an integrated leisure and residential development to Brisbane. A massive undertaking, its construction is underpinned by information technologies, notably data-sharing.