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  • Urban Revitalisation And City Liveability

    Cities such as Brisbane and Adelaide have benefited greatly from revitalisation. Urban regeneration has brought residential occupation back into each city’s respective central business district. The increased density has benefits that range from accessibility and sustainability to community and liveability. >

  • Sustainability Enters The Cycle

    The issue of sustainability is coming to the front rapidly. This is reflected in discussions about design and the forms of the built environment. Architects across the world are looking to take the lead in the applications of sustainability. >

  • Trend Reversal Or Splintering In Choice Of Design

    Will the architectural forms of the near future become increasingly baroque, even gothic? There are some interesting cultural trends running counter to the contemporary surge of minimalism and modernist form. At least there are in social sub cultures at the fringes of design. Over time, trends in design have swung from one extreme to the other. >

  • A Milestone In Digital Rendering

    Photoshop is having a birthday presently, according to the Arch Daily Website. Twenty-five years of photo-manipulation. It is one of the elements of the modern world that makes possible the creative environment and output. >

  • The Philosophy Of Boundaries

    The philosopher Socrates questioned the purpose of all things. The result was that it has become a tradition of the sciences that those things that cannot withstand scrutiny must be changed and those that can are given reassuring validation by the process. >

  • Leadership In Residential Design Appeal

    The trend in residential as much as commercial and public building design is moving away from the conventional as architects conceive and implement forms attempt to outdo each other in gravity defying abstraction. >

Opening the Gates to the Benefits of Green Design

The monthly media release of the Property Council of Australia, in Hunter, had two key themes revolving around the topic of green innovation. The first was to use green innovation as the major driver of developments with medium density and the other was to use it as a method to open up the regional land supply. >

Australia’s Newest Trends of Multi-Residential Architecture

Trends in multi-residential building include place making and the micro climate of tall structured buildings. Here are some insights on the multi-residential trends that are currently prevailing in Australia: >

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At Loucas Zahos, it is our approach that sets us apart – quality with commercial success. As a results driven service, ideas are our currency and a challenge always represents the opportunity for strategic growth and design. It is this mind-set that has enabled us to continually break new ground and remain at the forefront of our industry for more than two decades. >