Congratulations to Jessica Hogg who was announced as the Winner of the 2015 NAWIC Award for Excellence in Environmental Sustainability. NAWIC – The National Association for Women in Construction, is […]
Located in Shanghai, the 135 meter tall Hongkou SOHO on Sichuan North Road is now complete. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the entire structure is characterised by large 3D […]
The Australian Passive House Association (APHA) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation which aims to promote Passive House principles to the wider community, including consumers, building practitioners and industry professionals. “We […]
With a highly glazed Southern façade rendering the NCC Section J – Deemed to Satisfy pathway a challenge, Inhabit and Bates Smart carried out a workshop to undertake provisional design […]
GRC – Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete – is a material that is often overlooked in specification of building façades. Hugh Brennand from Inhabit Hong Kong, discusses the benefits of this choice in the Upton residential development overlooking Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong.
Sourceable gains an industry viewpoint of the importance of Logistics in relation to Façade Engineering and Building Physics design from Darren O’Dea, Building Physics practice lead.
Inhabit is pleased to announce that following an assessment from independent ISO Certification body, MSC Global, Inhabit Australasia Pty Ltd has been successful in achieving ISO 9001:2008 Certification for its Quality Management System. This certification extends to all Australian Offices, covering all disciplines across the business.