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El proyecto se sitúa en una exclusiva zona de Strathfield, NSW Australia. El inicio de este proyecto pasa por el análisis complejo del medio ambiente, comenzando con el entorno directamente afectado p...

Bienal de Venecia 2014: Australia exhibe 11 croyectos no construidos

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El equipo creativo Australiano para la Bienal de Arquitectura de Venecia 2014, Félix._Giles_Anderson + Goad, ha anunciado 11 proyectos no construidos que se exhibirán como parte de la exhibición “Australia 1914-2014, Realidad Aumentada”. Que van desde una catedral en el centro de la ciudad a un refugio activista en las copas de los árboles, la selección de proyectos de todo el país cobrará vida usando modelos tridimensionales de realidad aumentada, imágenes y animaciones de voz en off.

Las personas podrán activar la exposición mediante la descarga de una aplicación en un dispositivo inteligente y participar en un diálogo interactivo autodirigido con las obras. “Los visitantes podrán apuntar su teléfono inteligente a las imágenes para abrir un catálogo de material virtual que les permitirá visualizar, caminar y admirar la magnitud y la grandeza de cada proyecto”, explicó el profesor Rene Van Meeuwen de felix. y la Universidad de Australia Occidental.

Australian Prime Minister Says ‘Coal is Good for Humanity’

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Conservative prime minister Tony Abbott raised eyebrows in his country of Australia after declaring “coal is good for humanity” while opening a new coal mine in Queensland. The PM added that coal was vital to the world and that fossil fuel should not be demonized - and it’s not the first time that Abbott’s love for coal has stirred controversy.

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Shortlisted designs revealed: 2016 Venice Biennale

The Australian Institute of Architects releases the five shortlisted concepts vying to be Australia exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.

New research reveals when global warming first appeared

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With the signs of climate change becoming harder and harder to ignore every day, we tend to think of it as a 21st century problem. However, in a new study, a team of researchers has revealed when and where the first real signs of global warming appeared – and it’s a much older problem than we generally think. “Remarkably our research shows that you could already see clear signs of global warming in the tropics by the 1960s but in parts of Australia, South East Asia and Africa it was visible as early as the 1940s,” said Dr Andrew King, lead author of the study.