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  • Residential concerns of 2025

    There are around 330 million households in the world that are stretched to meet their basic housing requirements. The report also claims that this shortage will increase to 440 million households by 2025. >

  • Vertical gardens in urban structures

    The inclusion of vertical gardens in urban structures is a trend that has a profound potential to alter the built environment for the positive. The boundaries between home and garden continue to blur as the creation of botanical textures take on new levels of abstraction and integration. >

  • Exterior form and geometry in detail

    The trend in the exterior style of buildings is becoming more complicated and full of detail by the year. The diversity of materials and vendors that can supply interesting forms caters to the desire for originality in design. >

  • The digital age of architecture

    The last few years have brought a pace of change and innovation to architecture. An experienced firm can now compete in any market in the world. >

  • Going global in the built environment

    As the cultures of the world become more tightly interwoven, Australia’s architecture profession is finding that it has a strong foundation on which to build and reach out to the world. >

  • Urban park spaces to catalyse renewal

    Urban space has the characteristic that it has a previous purpose in the built environment. The context is determined by the human use of the space rather than the geography. >

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. >