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    News Archive for November 2008

    Art gets beached

    We think Aussies should have a distinct advantage at The World Beach Project...


    Outcry over New Orleans' hospital plans

    Plans for a 70-acre medical campus to replace two hospitals damaged during Hurricane Katrina have drawn outcry.


    Melbourne to Geelong makes tracks

    The Australian government has announced a national transport plan to include a new 20km railway link between Geelong and Melbourne.


    Child, play, hide, seek

    Beautifully designed products and spaces from Australia and beyond.


    20 min base coats

    CSR Gyprock has launched Base Coat 20, a fast setting plaster compound specially developed for large scale maintenance applications.


    Sustainability a winner for all

    The first built project for an architect and a 6 star Green Star commercial project in Melbourne are among the winners at the 2008 BPN Environ Sustainability Awards.


    Short projection = big water savings

    The new Zeto Collection from Imperial Ware Australia is now available.


    Energy and water efficiency more important than price or brand

    The proportion of households using solar energy increased by 60 per cent between 2002 and 2008, from five per cent to eight per cent respectively.


    Parquetry in Pyrmont

    The recently completed Sydney Wharf apartment complex, constructed by Brookfield Multiplex, features an interior design rich in detail.


    Reece launches Cubeline range

    Reece has introduced the Cubeline range of inset sinks by Canadian designers Afa.


    Modular tanks

    Tankmasta’s T2 water tanks range from 1,000 litre interconnectable modular units to 45,000 litre rural water tanks (now with self-supporting roof design).


    Domestic Wall Safes from Berry Safes and Security

    Berry Safes and Security offer a range of CMI Wall Safes, which is designed to fit into a standard cavity brick wall, ideal for domestic applications.


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