Our client, Ansarada, provides virtual data rooms for large-scale business transactions worldwide. The company was named Deloitte’s 2009 technology fast 50 winner, Smart Company’s 2010 most innovative company and in 2011 handled London’s largest ever IPO, the $59.2 billion Glencore offer. Ansarada has offices around the globe and works with some of
The United States has a rich history of philanthropy in relation to civic projects, delivering a broad range of innovative and iconic buildings, three examples in New York being: Carnegie Hall (Andrew Carnegie), New York Public Library (Samuel Tilden) and the United Nations Headquarters (John D. Rockefeller) – four if count the Statue of Liberty, f
You can usually pick a street that might be subject to a heritage overlay. Consistency is the giveaway – typically, for inner-Melbourne, row after uninterrupted row of Victorian terrace houses. So Jeremy McLeod and the team at Breathe Architecture can be forgiven for being a little surprised when they were told that their new project, on a street i
In response to the media storm in July 2014 over the idea of a regulatory framework around design standards on multi-residential developments, national president of the Australian Institute of Architects, David Karotkin, released a media statement (reproduced below) supporting the idea of a SEPP65-style code for Victoria – with a couple of caveats.