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    News Archive for November 2014

    Axalta launches new website for Australia and New Zealand customers

    Axalta Coating Systems has launched a new website to provide easy access to company and product information for its customers in Australia and New Zealand.

    Porter Davis Homes World of Style design showroom gives customers immersive experience

    Melbourne based interior and exterior design showroom World of Style simplifies decision-making for customers through an immersive experience.

    StoneSet installs paving and granite cobblestone for Sydney driveway

    StoneSet Permeable Paving completed the installation of a driveway in a Sydney home by overlaying concrete with its resin bound paving.

    Royal Wolf designs new modular workshop using shipping containers for mining contractor

    Royal Wolf designed and delivered a unique two-storey workshop facility made using shipping containers for BGC Contracting’s Whyalla-based mine site.

    Sydney CBD turns festive with unique Christmas branding

    The City of Sydney local government area is ushering in Christmas this year with a six-week campaign to cover the CBD and surrounds in festive spirit.

    Stronger infrastructure needed to harness solar power efficiently

    Energy experts in Australia believe that the country is squandering away the sunshine it receives each year due to lack of adequate infrastructure.

    Magnetic Automation supplies IP65 turnstiles for mine site

    Magnetic Automation Pty Ltd supplied five IP65 rated turnstiles to an international company for their mining site.

    Bright new bricks inspired by Mexico: Austral Bricks teams up with Camilla Franks

    The vibrant colours of Mexico are the inspiration behind a new range of bricks developed in collaboration between Austral and one of Australia’s leading fashion designers.

    Federal government turns attention to poor building product compliance in Australia

    With the influx of dodgy building products in Australia, an action strategy is being developed with industry organisations like the HIA.

    CHROFI receive prize at international Architecture Review Emerging Architecture Awards

    Lune de Sang Sheds receives one of three runners-up prizes at the 2014 Architecture Review (AR) Awards for Emerging Architecture.

    Amicus Interiors delivers new collaborative workspace for Mesoblast

    Amicus Interiors delivered a new 1000sqm collaborative workspace in Melbourne for Mesoblast, a leading stem cell technology company.

    AIA seek Creative Director for the 2016 Venice Biennale

    The AIA invites Expressions of Interest for the role of Creative Director for the Australian exhibition at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale 2016.

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