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    News Archive for October 2009

    National Architecture Award winner announced

    The Australian Institute of Architects' National Architecture Awards were held in Melbourne on 29 October.

    RICS launches green guides

    The RICS Guide to Environmental Performance Clauses, and Greening Make Good, creates a framework from which both landlord and tenant can work together to create sustainable workplaces.

    Awards festival

    Sydney's ivy on George Street, St Paul's Cathedral and The Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne are some of the lucky award winners at this year's National Architecture Awards in Melbourne.

    Sydney scoops residential award

    A husband and wife team take Australia's most prestigious residential award for a house on the northern beaches.

    New York's red steps glow gold

    A set of red steps cum ticket booth in New York's landmark Times Square, and its Australian-led architect design team, have taken out the major International Award at the 2009 Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards.

    National Architecture Awards announced

    Architecture & Design can reveal the winners of the country's most prestigious annual architecture prizes.

    Haron Robon sees double at lighting awards

    Haron Robson won two prestigious awards at the NSW Chapter of the Illuminating Engineering Society annual Lighting Awards, held on 16 October.

    Burlesque and Dynasty brick mural tribute to Michael Jackson unveiled by Austral Bricks

    On Thursday October 29 Austral Bricks unveiled a large tribute to Michael Jackson in Horsley Park, Sydney.

    Workbenches for industrial workshops from Bosco Storage Solutions

    The workbenches available from Bosco Storage Solutions have been designed based on multifunctional and ergonomic principles.

    New conic shade structure from Greenline Shade and Shelter outshines

    The new conic shade structure, from Geenline Shade and Shelter, installed at Kardinia International College looks impressive and spans 26m diameter (464m²).

    New colour palette options available with Pigmento range from VM Zinc Australia

    VM Zinc Australia is please to introduce it's new cutting edge colour palette options in the Pigmento range.

    Alfresco Spaces appointed Australian distributor for Coolline Misting Systems

    Alfresco Spaces Ltd have been appointed as Australian distributor for Coolline Misting Systems.

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