• VCAT approves 50-storey Bates Smart skyscraper

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    Capitol Grand, the tallest skyscraper outside of the city centre of Melbourne, has been approved for construction by VCAT. Designed by Bates Smart Architects, the 50-storey tower will house 450 residential apartments.

  • SelgasCano’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

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    Post-reveal, the Pavilion this year has been described as “closer in spirit” to Zaha Hadid’s inaugural tent, suggesting a progression in design lineage on the exhibit’s 15th anniversary.

  • Zenith touches down in Hong Kong

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    Leading commercial interior group Zenith has just opened a flagship showroom in central Hong Kong, affirming their presence in the Asia Pacific region.

  • Restaurant and Bar Design Awards shortlist announced

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    The Restaurant and Bar Design Awards, now in its seventh year, has announced its 2015 shortlist. Australian practices have been well-represented in these awards in the past, and this year is no exception.

  • The Broadsheet Restaurant pop-up by Therefore Studio

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    Broadsheet has long dominated the online hospitality media space with its coverage of the best bars and eateries in Melbourne (and Sydney), so what does their restaurant look like in the flesh?

  • Alexander Lotersztain wins Good Design Award for Waterscape

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    The 2015 Good Design Awards has crowned designer Alexander Lotersztain a winner in the Sport and Lifestyle category for Waterscape, a floating platform made from recyclable materials.

  • Rethinking height limits in Sydney

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    “Taller buildings have a smaller environmental footprint, they offer economies of scale and they can give us greater opportunities for housing,” says Liberal councillor Christine Forster, as Parramatta City Council pushes for skyscrapers up to 500 metres in height.

  • Think pink and support the Cancer Council with Stylecraft

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    Stylecraft’s Catifa for Cancer Council chair is now available for purchase with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to the Cancer Council.

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