Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit 2019

25-26 June 2019
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Melbourne, VIC

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One Chinese city built more skyscrapers in 2016 than the entire U.S.

Posted On January 13, 2017

Skyscraper construction saw another year of superlatives in 2016, according to the latest annual report from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
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New Gold Coast high rise from Jupiters granted approval

Posted On December 16, 2016

Gold Coast will soon receive a brand new, 200-metre tall hotel and apartment tower after the Palaszczuk Government approved Jupiter’s new tower project today.
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International Summit Attracts Major High-Rise Experts

Posted On December 13, 2016

The Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit 2017 in Melbourne has attracted huge interest from high-rise development experts, among them leading architecture, engineering and construction companies.
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How high can we go? Melbourne's future skyscraper forecast

Posted On November 30, 2016

Some sixty years ago, when cities were still mostly flat, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed a skyscraper that would touch the clouds.
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Regulating Melbourne’s Skyscraper Jungle

Posted On November 30, 2016

Building height in inner parts of the City of Melbourne will be limited whilst mandatory setbacks and building separation will apply under new planning rules now in force as the state government moves to address growing levels of concern.
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Skyscraper and High-rise Building Trends

Posted On November 29, 2016

Looking at benchmark projects across the country, the Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit 2017 will examine the ways in which Australian high-rise building design and construction continues to adopt new technologies, innovations and features.
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London's 73-storey Trellis skyscraper gets green light

Posted On November 29, 2016

A skyscraper almost as tall as the Shard is to be added to the central London skyline after the 73-storey building was given planning approval.
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Defining a New Generation of Smart High-Rise Infrastructure

Posted On November 22, 2016

The Australian Smart Skyscraper Summit 2017 will interrogate the definition of “smart” towers and high-rise development, seeking to shed light on what the smart identity truly encompasses.
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La Trobe Street skyscraper to tower over Mint and acclaimed apartment building

Posted On November 21, 2016

Plans for a 70-level skyscraper that will tower over one of Melbourne's most celebrated apartment buildings, and the historic Mint complex, has raised the ire of residents and a prominent city planner.
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This Week in Tech: Shanghai Tower Named "Best Tall Building Worldwide" by Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

Posted On November 16, 2016

On Nov. 4, during the 15th iteration of its Annual Awards Ceremony, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) announced the Shanghai Tower in China as the "Best Tall Building Worldwide."
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Retiree living reaches for sky: baby-boomers head for high rises

Posted On November 16, 2016

Retirement living in southeast Queensland is going high-rise, as a report shows almost a dozen people aged between 70 and 84 for every existing unit.
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South East Dominating Australia’s Skyscraper Market

Posted On November 14, 2016

Melbourne and Sydney are leading the way in Australia’s high-rise and skyscraper boom.
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How Can Australia Build Great Skyscrapers?

Posted On November 8, 2016

When the City of Sydney released its 20-year growth strategy in July, the centrepiece of the plan revolved around the creation of ‘clusters’ where massive office towers and apartment complexes could reach 300 metres and beyond in height.
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Melbourne skyscraper named 5th best in world

Posted On November 7, 2016

Melbourne’s Abode318 by Elenberg Fraser and Disegno architects has been named in the top 10 of the 2015 Emporis Skyscraper Awards (ESA).
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Singapore billionaire James Koh unveils plans for Tasmania's tallest building

Posted On October 24, 2016

Hobart's skyline is set to change dramatically if two new hotel projects are built over the next five years.
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Stockland Plans Huge Redevelopment for Toowong Woolworths Site

Posted On October 23, 2016

Property giant Stockland has submitted a long awaited DA for three 25 storey residential towers located at 23-79 High Street Toowong, on a 1.3 hectare site, currently the site of a Woolworths supermarket.
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'8 Phillip Street' To Include Parramatta's First Luxury Design-Driven Hotel

Posted On October 19, 2016

Coronation Property has announced QT Hotels & Resorts has entered into an agreement to open its third hotel in New South Wales within the '8 Phillip Street' mixed-use apartment tower in Parramatta.
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Introducing Britain's 'most eco-friendly residential skyscraper'

Posted On October 17, 2016

The high rise is going green. It seems hard to believe that a tall, hulking block made from huge amounts of material and consuming huge amounts of energy could ever be anything other than bad for our fragile environment.
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How to build skyscrapers that can withstand earthquakes

Posted On October 17, 2016

Reinforced concrete sheer walls and coupling beams have been used to make the building withstand 2,500 years of earthquake activity.
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London's tallest residential skyscrapers: from The Shard to Spire London

Posted On October 13, 2016

London is poised to become a city of high living for high-fliers, with a total of 436 buildings over 20 storeys in the pipeline, according to New London Architecture (NLA).
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25-26 June 2019

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
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