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    News Archive for April 2009

    Glosswood pre-finished timber lining boards on show at DesignEx

    Glosswood, manufacturers of pre-finished timber lining boards for walls and ceilings, will have an extensive display at this year’s DesignEx show.

    Dado Australia introduce the Bologna DADOquartz Basin

    The Bologna DADOquartz basin from Dado Australia is a solid cast, modern-style bathroom basin made from a combination of resin and quartz.

    Butterfly outdoor awnings available from Aalta Screen Systems

    Available from Aalta Screens, Butterfly outdoor awnings are ideal for cafes, restaurants and catering companies who provide outdoor dining areas.

    Taking the work out of cooking

    Smeg has released its large capacity, 60 cm multifunction oven.

    Design Aid at DesignEx

    A group of Melbourne interior design professionals has formed Design Aid to provide an opportunity for the industry to help victims of the recent bushfires in Victoria.

    Timber Awards entries now open

    The Australian Timber Design Awards, now in its 10th year, has been restructured.

    Stylecraft puts sustainability on display at DesignEx

    Stylecraft will be exhibiting a selection of international and Australian products that hold the Good Environment Choice Australia accreditation at DesignEx this week.

    Global report calls for tougher codes

    Six building recommendations for green building

    Development binned, new heritage status

    NSW rebukes 25-lot development proposal

    Global round up

    London 2012's Olympic broadcast centre is labeled "particularly weak", a response to heritage claims in yesterday's Sydney Morning Herald, and an iconic piece of public architecture is restored to the US public

    In profile: Bjarke Ingels

    Gemma Battenbough speaks to Bjarke Ingels, founder of Danish practice BIG Architects, about why yes is more, his theory of architectural evolution and creating a new image of the avant garde

    First Solar lights up Adelaide showground

    First Solar has announced that it will supply photovoltaic (PV) modules to Solar Shop Australia for a 1 mW DC rooftop project.

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