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    News Archive for January 2014

    Architects say design competition should be held after fire burns down restaurant in Melbourne

    Melbourne restaurant The Stokehouse was burnt down after a blaze broke out two weeks ago, but attention is now on the site and what should be done with it.


    Woods Bagot appoints Todd Hammond as Head of Interiors

    Woods Bagot has welcomed designer Todd Hammond to the position of Head of Interiors, based in the firm’s Sydney studio.


    Mixed-use 274m tower by Metier 3 proposed for Melbourne's Southbank

    Metier 3 have been commissioned to design the 274m proposed mixed-use tower to be located in Southbank.


    Aussie Pumps reports huge success for Fire Ready Survival Plan

    Australian Pump Industries reports the huge success of its publication, ‘Fire Ready Survival Plan’.


    Kennards Hire acquires The Hire Guys in Joondalup, WA

    Kennards Hire announces the acquisition of The Hire Guys in Joondalup, taking another step towards growing the business in Western Australia.


    Ozzi Kleen sewage treatment systems resolves issues at limited access sites

    The Ozzi Kleen household sewage treatment system offers a lightweight single tank solution for steep house blocks and hard-to-access locations.


    Acrylic sheets add wow factor to commercial fitouts

    Allplastics Engineering introduces the Acrylic Couture range of UV rated decorative panels in artistic colour combinations.


    Supawood’s aurora custom ceiling at Moochi is a crowd-stopper

    The aurora Kaleidoscopic Feature ceiling from Supawood is causing customers to flock to the Moochi frozen yogurt shop in Hornsby, NSW.


    Dexion’s new cantilever part of storage solutions for heavy duty items

    Dexion Office introduces the new Clearspan heavy duty cantilever specifically designed for storing extra heavy, long and cumbersome items.


    New contemporary lighting by ISM Objects

    ISM Objects introduces four new contemporary lights designed by their in-house lighting design team.


    Rodeca facade sheets used in Bates Smart designed NCSS

    Rodeca translucent polycarbonate roofing and facade sheets from Architectural Building Elements provide the facade for the NCSS in Melbourne.


    Proper planning and design needed to cope with population growth in Perth

    Good planning and design will determine whether Perth becomes the best place in Australia, or the worst, to live in once its population hits the 5m mark.


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