https://www.theurbandeveloper.com/sub-tropical-living-queensland-apartments-take-cues-environment/ 13th December 2016 | Category: Architecture, Construction, Features, Inspirational Urban Design, New Developments, Opinion, People, QLD, Residential, Sustainability, Top Stories, Town Planning | Staff Writer By David Jessup, Studio Director, Hayball Brisbane Most of Australia’s multi-residential property developers are in competition to make theirs the biggest and most eye-catch
See news about property prices by clicking here Sustainability, Health and Property Values – Why Australia Needs Greener Cities Australia’s population growth is being felt in our cities, but are we adequately prepared for the future of high-density living? Higher density urban living has become a primary concern for urban planners, who grapple with issues such as infrastructure development, traffic management and housing solutions. But beyond these physical concerns, there ar
Brisbane apartment ‘hot boxes’ not suited for local climate, QUT research suggests Dec 3, 2016Jim MaloProperty reporter Does size matter?
Domain takes a look at some clever ways the make the most out of a tiny apartment. Much of Brisbane’s new apartment stock is not built to handle the city’s sub-tropical climate, leaving residents short-changed in an attempt to keep cool, new research suggests. Of nearly 4000 planned apartments in 15 developments studied by QUT Associate Pr