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    Celebrate colour at the Dulux 2020 Colour Awards
    Celebrate colour at the Dulux 2020 Colour Awards

    The 34th edition of the annual Dulux Colour Awards continues to recognise, celebrate and showcase inspirational colour application in built environments.


    PILOT staging systems are an economical alternative
    PILOT staging systems are an economical alternative

    Select Staging Concepts has created a compact, versatile and economical portable staging solution in the PILOT staging system.


    The ‘forever’ end of project home design sees growth
    The ‘forever’ end of project home design sees growth

    Upsizers and experienced property buyers are prioritising luxury upgrades and finishes when searching for a home they can live and grow in, says a Queensland-based homebuilder.


    So, you want to live tiny? Here's what to consider when choosing a house, van or caravan
    So, you want to live tiny? Here's what to consider when choosing a house, van or caravan

    The reasons for choosing to go tiny range from reducing debt, inability to afford a conventional home, the search for sustainability, a life crisis, or even preparing for an uncertain future in the face of climate change by going off-grid. Or perhaps a combination of these.


     Edition Office moves walls in Point Lonsdale holiday home
    Edition Office moves walls in Point Lonsdale holiday home

    Edition Office has designed moving walls and decked terraces interconnecting four pavilions of a holiday home in Point Lonsdale, Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula.


    Henning Larsen designs an all-timber community in Copenhagen
    Henning Larsen designs an all-timber community in Copenhagen

    The new sustainable ‘masterplan’ by Henning Larsen and MOE, Fælledby, is the first all-timber community designed in Copenhagen.


    AI SpaceFactory’s 3D-printed Mars house wins NASA competition
    AI SpaceFactory’s 3D-printed Mars house wins NASA competition

    New York’s AI SpaceFactory won NASA’s competition to 3D-print a habitat fit for Mars or the moon, and for it to be built autonomously.


    Enter USD 2M International LafargeHolcim Awards for sustainable design
    Enter USD 2M International LafargeHolcim Awards for sustainable design

    Entry is open for the 6th International LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction.


    Evostone solid surfaces for home renovations
    Evostone solid surfaces for home renovations

    Nover & Company presents Evostone, a highly versatile solid surface product ideal for benchtop applications in kitchens, bathrooms and laundries.


    Brick dominates in Stovetop Carlton’s new premises
    Brick dominates in Stovetop Carlton’s new premises

    A thoughtful material palette consisting of patina steel, polished concrete and brick was selected by the designer to meet the brief for Stovetop’s new premises in Carlton.


    Bushfire smoke is everywhere in our cities. Here's exactly what you are inhaling
    Bushfire smoke is everywhere in our cities. Here's exactly what you are inhaling

    As bushfire smoke blankets large parts of Australia, it’s time to examine what this complex chemical mixture is made of, to better understand what it’s doing to both our bodies and the planet.


    Tallest building in Australia: Where is it and who built it?
    Tallest building in Australia: Where is it and who built it?

    As of right now, the tallest tower in Australia is Q1 Tower on the Gold Coast. Completed in 2005, the tower is 322.5 metres tall with 78 floors.


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